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Armenia is a country on the edge of Southeast Europe and Western Asia. It has a population of 3 millions and borders Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran. Read more

See also: Soviet Union (USSR), Nagorno-Karabakh, Ottoman Empire, Russia - Empire, Cilician Armenia

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Armenia - Ottoman - Abbasi (1724-1736)

16 Para = 1 Abbasi

4 Cedid Zincirli - Ahmed III – obverse
4 Cedid Zincirli - Ahmed III – reverse
4 Cedid Zincirli - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Gold – 3.5 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 18
5 Altun - Ahmed III – obverse
5 Altun - Ahmed III – reverse
5 Altun - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Gold – 3.1 g – ø 26 mm
KM# 19
¼ Abbasi - Ahmed III – obverse
¼ Abbasi - Ahmed III – reverse
¼ Abbasi - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Silver – 1.25 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 15
½ Abbasi - Ahmed III – obverse
½ Abbasi - Ahmed III – reverse
½ Abbasi - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Silver – 2.67 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 16
1 Abbasi - Ahmed III – obverse
1 Abbasi - Ahmed III – reverse
1 Abbasi - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Silver – 5.4 g – ø 25 mm
KM# 17

Armenia - Dram (1993-date)

100 Luma = 1 Dram

10 Luma – obverse
10 Luma – reverse
10 Luma
1994
Aluminium – 0.6 g – ø 16 mm
KM# 51, Schön# 1
20 Luma – obverse
20 Luma – reverse
20 Luma
1994
Aluminium – 0.75 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 52, Schön# 2
50 Luma – obverse
50 Luma – reverse
50 Luma
1994
Aluminium – 0.95 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 53, Schön# 3
1 Dram – obverse
1 Dram – reverse
1 Dram
1994
Aluminium – 1.4 g – ø 22.0 mm
KM# 54, Schön# 4
3 Dram – obverse
3 Dram – reverse
3 Dram
1994
Aluminium – 1.65 g – ø 24 mm
KM# 55, Schön# 5
5 Dram – obverse
5 Dram – reverse
5 Dram
1994
Aluminium – 2 g – ø 26 mm
KM# 56, Schön# 6
5 Dram (National Currency) – obverse
5 Dram (National Currency) – reverse
5 Dram (National Currency)
1998
Commemorative: 5th Anniversary of National Currency
Silver (.999) – 31.1 g – ø 38 mm
KM# 81
10 Dram – obverse
10 Dram – reverse
10 Dram
1994
Aluminium – 2.3 g – ø 28 mm
KM# 58, Schön# 7
10 Dram (Earthquake of 1988) – obverse
10 Dram (Earthquake of 1988) – reverse
10 Dram (Earthquake of 1988)
1998
Commemorative: 10th Anniversary - Earthquake, December 7, 1988
Silver (.925) – 31.10 g – ø 38 mm
KM# 82
10 Dram – obverse
10 Dram – reverse
10 Dram
2004
Aluminium – 1.3 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 112, Schön# 53
20 Dram – obverse
20 Dram – reverse
20 Dram
2003
Copper plated Steel – 2.75 g – ø 20.5 mm
KM# 93
25 Dram (Battle of Sardarapat) – obverse
25 Dram (Battle of Sardarapat) – reverse
25 Dram (Battle of Sardarapat)
1994
Commemorative: Architectural and Natural Monuments
Silver (.999) – 31.1 g – ø 38 mm
KM# 57
25 Dram (Apricot) – obverse
25 Dram (Apricot) – reverse
25 Dram (Apricot)
1994
Commemorative: Apricot
Silver (.925) – 28.28 g – ø 38.61 mm
KM# 59
25 Dram (David of Sasun) – obverse
25 Dram (David of Sasun) – reverse
25 Dram (David of Sasun)
1994
Commemorative: Architectural and Natural Monuments
Silver (.999) – 31.10 g
KM# 60
25 Dram (Temple of Garni) – obverse
25 Dram (Temple of Garni) – reverse
25 Dram (Temple of Garni)
1994
Commemorative: Architectural and Natural Monuments
Silver (.999) – 31.10 g – ø 38 mm
KM# 61

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