Sunday, June 11, 2017

Rwanda Coins Set

This is the complete set of Rwanda coins. The set has five denomination showing the rich culture and heritage of this tiny nation of Rwanda. The country of thousand hills.

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The set includes:

5 Francs: This coins shows a coffee plant with beans encircled by the legend «BANKI NKURU Y’U RWANDA» and the number «2009». While on the other side of the coin, there is the Coat of arms of the Republic of Rwanda and the inscription of the face value in letters «AMAFARANGA ATANU» and number «5»

10 Francs: A banana plant with fruit encircled by the legend «BANKI NKURU Y’U RWANDA» and the number «2009»

20 Francs: A tea plant encircled by the legend «BANKI NKURU Y’U RWANDA» and the number «2009».

50 Francs: An ear of maize, semi uncovered, encircled by the legend «BANKI NKURU Y’U RWANDA» and the number 2011

100 Francs: The coin face value «100 FRW» encircled by the legend «BANKI NKURU Y’U RWANDA» and the number 2007.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Ghana Coins Set

The set of Ghana coins includes 5 coins. The coins show the coat of Arms is shown at the back of all the new series of coins. This captures among other things the minerals and agricultural wealth of the country; the continuing link between Ghana and the Commonwealth; the lone star of African Freedom; and the national aspirations. 

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The set includes: Cedis and Pesawas denominations of Ghana. 

The GHS 1 Cedis coin has the image of the scale of justice symbolizing equity and fairness in the delivery of justice and re-enforces the rule of law in Ghana. 

The 50Gp bears the image of a market woman which symbolises the significance of women in business and their contribution in building the Ghanaian economy and society as a whole. 

The 20Gp depicts the cocoa pod which represents the agricultural wealth of Ghana and the economic importance of cocoa over the years. 

The 10Gp is devoted to a book which also emphasises the role education plays in a democratic society. 

The 5Gp shows a traditional horn blower, representing the traditional mode of communication in Ghana. 

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Madagascar Banknotes Set 2016 series

Complete set of Madagascar newly issued banknotes.  These notes were issued in 2016.  The banknotes are without reference to the Malagasy Francs and it has new signature of the new Governor. The set consist of 7 banknotes that is 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 and 10,000 Ariary, all in UNC condition.  To purchase, visit:

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Ghana 5 Cedis Commemorative Banknote Issue 2017 to mark 60 years of independence

To mark 60 years of independance of Ghana. The Central Bank issued a special 5 Cedis Banknote in circulation. The new banknote displays an engraved portrait of Dr James Kwegyir Aggrey, the famous educationist and missionary, who lived from October 18, 1875 to July 30, 1927.

Dr. James Kwegyir Aggrey contributed immensely to education to the then Gold Coast.
The portrait is visible from both sides of the note when it is held towards light. The note also has tactile markings to assist the visually impaired along with an intaglio portrait.

The commemorative note is coloured blue like the existing GHC5 note and the reverse side features a seaborne oil-drilling rig in the Tweneboa, Enyenra, Ntomme (TEN) offshore field  It has hologram security mark. The Banknotes have been limited in quantity.

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Friday, March 10, 2017

Malawi New 2000 Kwacha Banknote ( 2016) series

This is a new banknote introduced in Malawi to the existing circulating banknotes. It will be the highest denomination banknote in country. The note is in UNC Condition. The complete set of Malawi banknotes will now be seven denominations. Due to economic crisis and devaluation of the Malawian kwacha, the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RMB) introduce the K2000 note.

The banknote bear's the portrait of freedom fighter Reverend John Chilembwe while the motif on the back of the K2,000 note has  the Malawi Univesity of Science and Technology at Ndata in Thyolo.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Namibia Specimen Banknotes of Governor Jafaar B Ahmed, 1996 ( Pick 5 & 10)

These two are rare pieces of Namibia Banknotes of 1996 series. The Banknotes has pick 5 and Pick 10. The notes were signed by Governor Jafaar Bin Ahmed. He was the only governor who was a Malaysian Citizen and served as Governor of the Central Bank. The denominations include N$20 and N$ 200. For purchase visit:

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Lesotho: 5 Maloti Commemorative coin ( 2016)

Lesotho 5 Maloti Bi-metallic coin to commemorate "50 years anniversary  of the independence" of the Kingdom.The coin will be in circuation with the other coins in the Kingdom.
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Liberia newly issued Banknotes complete set ( 2016)

This new series includes, among others, the unifying nature of the existing Liberian banknotes, and as such, has maintained all previous portraits. The Central Bank of Liberia CBL has also reinforced the security features in the new series, which are both visible and invisible. In addition, the CBL has ensured that the new series is printed on a higher quality substrate to guarantee longevity and reduce porosity. Complete set of Liberia newly issued and new family banknotes. The set includes L$ 5, L$ 10, L$ 20, L$50, L$ 100, L$ 500 all in unc condition. Visit:

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Tanzania Banknotes set 2015 Series

Tanzania's complete banknotes set. The set is the newly issued signature variery for 2015. The set is in UNC condition. For purchase, please

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Tanzania (2016) Commemorative coin to mark "50 years of Bank of Tanzania"

On 14th June in 1966 marked a major turning point in Tanzania’s economic landscape as the Bank of Tanzania started its business as a central bank of the United Republic of Tanzania. On 14th June 2016, It commemorate the 50th anniversary of this important institution. As Tanzania celebrates, It is time to reflect on the role and functions of the Bank, as It has  evolved over the past 50 years. The reflections will enable the public to understand where the Bank came from, where it is now, and where it is heading. It is important to note that  the Bank’s role and functions have changed substantially, matching with country’s changing socio-economic policies and developments in the international economic and financial system.

Despite the challenges encountered over the past five decades, the Bank has managed to discharge its duties and responsibilities effectively.

To mark this occassion, Bank of Tanzania issued a  commemorative silver proof coin to mark 50 years of Bank of Tanzania. The coin is genuine and issued by the Bank of Tanzania (BOT).  It has its authentic certification. The coin has a logo on one side and the actual bank building on the other side. Please