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Coins from North Borneo

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British North Borneo (now known as Sabah, part of Malaysia) occupied the northern tip of the island of Borneo, which is the third largest island in the world. The country had an area of 29,500 square miles. The island lies north of Java and south of the Philippines, and is about 1,200 miles northwest of Australia. About 72% of the island of Borneo is part of the Republic of Indonesia and the remainder consists of Sarawak, British North Borneo (Sabah), and the small state of Brunei. The latter three were all within the British Commonwealth. Read more

See also: Malaysia, Malay peninsula, Malaya and British Borneo, British East Indies

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North Borneo - Dollar (1845-1939)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

½ Cent – obverse
½ Cent – reverse
½ Cent
1885-1907
Bronze – 4.6 g – ø 23.5 mm
KM# 1
1 Cent – obverse
1 Cent – reverse
1 Cent
1882-1907
Bronze – 9.25 g – ø 29.6 mm
KM# 2
1 Cent (Trial Strike) – obverse
1 Cent (Trial Strike) – reverse
1 Cent (Trial Strike)
(1882)
Aluminium – 9 g – ø 29.6 mm
1 Cent – obverse
1 Cent – reverse
1 Cent
1904-1941
Copper-nickel – 3.3 g – ø 20.0 mm
KM# 3
2 ½ Cents – obverse
2 ½ Cents – reverse
2 ½ Cents
1903-1920
Copper-nickel – 4.9 g – ø 24.5 mm
KM# 4
5 Cents – obverse
5 Cents – reverse
5 Cents
1903-1941
Copper-nickel – 7.3 g – ø 28.1 mm
KM# 5
25 Cents – obverse
25 Cents – reverse
25 Cents
1929
Silver (.500) – 2.83 g – ø 18.0 mm
KM# 6

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