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Algeria, officially known as the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria is a country in the Mahgreb in Northern Africa. It is the largest country in Africa and home to close to 40 million people. From the 16th century, it was an eyalet of the Ottoman Empire, until 1830, when France invaded. From 1848 Algeria became an integral part of France. Algeria gained independence in 1962. Read more

See also: Ottoman Empire

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Algeria - Spanish Oran – Real (1509-1708)

34 Maravedíes = 1 Real de vellón

2 Maravedis - Felipe III – obverse
2 Maravedis - Felipe III – reverse
2 Maravedis - Felipe III
1618
Copper – 4.73 g – ø 20 mm
KM# L1
4 Maravedis - Felipe III – obverse
4 Maravedis - Felipe III – reverse
4 Maravedis - Felipe III
1618
Copper – 3.29 g – ø 18 mm
KM# L2
4 Maravedis - Carlos II – obverse
4 Maravedis - Carlos II – reverse
4 Maravedis - Carlos II
1691
Copper – 3.3 g – ø 18 mm
KM# L4
8 Maravedis - Carlos II – obverse
8 Maravedis - Carlos II – reverse
8 Maravedis - Carlos II
1691
Copper – 12.58 g
KM# L5

Algeria - Algiers Eyalet – Budju (1517-1848)

29 Asper/Akche/Dirham saghir = 2 Kharub = 1 Muzuna • 24 Muzuna = 3 Batlaka/Pataka = 1 Budju • 1 Zeri mahbub = 3⅓ Budju • 1 Sultani = 4.5 Budju • After 1829: 6 Tugrali-nessflik = 3 Tugrali-batlaka = Tugrali-rial/Budju

2 Asper - Mahmud II – obverse
2 Asper - Mahmud II – reverse
2 Asper - Mahmud II
1237-1244 (1822-1829)
Copper – 0.8 g
KM# 70
1 Kharub  - Mahmud II – obverse
1 Kharub  - Mahmud II – reverse
1 Kharub - Mahmud II
1237-1242 (1822-1827)
Billon – 0.89 g – ø 14.24 mm
KM# 73
1 Kharub - Mahmud II – obverse
1 Kharub - Mahmud II – reverse
1 Kharub - Mahmud II
1245-1252 (1830-1837)
Billon – 0.8 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 76
2 Asper - Mahmud II – obverse
2 Asper - Mahmud II – reverse
2 Asper - Mahmud II
1247-1250 (1832-1835)
Copper – 0.8 g
KM# 81
Kharuba  - Abdel Kader – obverse
Kharuba  - Abdel Kader – reverse
Kharuba - Abdel Kader
1254-1258 (1838-1842)
Billon – 0.4 g – ø 8 mm
KM# 86, Lec# 34
Kharuba - Mahmud II – obverse
Kharuba - Mahmud II – reverse
Kharuba - Mahmud II
1237-1244 (1822-1829)
Copper – 2.12 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 71
5 Asper - Abdel Kader – obverse
5 Asper - Abdel Kader – reverse
5 Asper - Abdel Kader
1250-1257 (1835-1841)
Copper-Billon – 1.28 g – ø 16.70 mm
KM# 85
⅛ Budju, 3 Mazuna - Abdul Hamid I – obverse
⅛ Budju, 3 Mazuna - Abdul Hamid I – reverse
⅛ Budju, 3 Mazuna - Abdul Hamid I
1188-1203 (1774-1789)
Silver – 1.8 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 35
⅛ Budju - Selim III – obverse
⅛ Budju - Selim III – reverse
⅛ Budju - Selim III
1200-1220 (1786-1806)
Silver – 1.23 g – ø 13.73 mm
KM# 40
⅛ Budju (Suman Budju) - Mahmud II – obverse
⅛ Budju (Suman Budju) - Mahmud II – reverse
⅛ Budju (Suman Budju) - Mahmud II
1223-1224 (1808-1809)
Silver – 1.61 g – ø 16 mm
KM# A61
⅛ Budju (Suman Budju) - Mahmud II – obverse
⅛ Budju (Suman Budju) - Mahmud II – reverse
⅛ Budju (Suman Budju) - Mahmud II
1229-1245 (1814-1830)
Silver – 1.3 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 74
⅙ Budju - Mahmud II – obverse
⅙ Budju - Mahmud II – reverse
⅙ Budju - Mahmud II
1245 (1830)
Silver – 1.5 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 77

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