Coins from Brazil

Brazil is the only Portuguese speaking country in South America and also by far the largest and most populous.
Wikidata: Q155

See also: New Holland

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Federative Republic of Brazil (1967-date)

Available for swap 1 Real (Olympic Games Rio 2016 - Volleyball)
2015

Circulating commemorative coin: Olympic Games Rio 2016 – Volleyball
Bimetallic: stainless steel centre in bronze plated steel ring • 7 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 709, Schön# 219, N# 75273
Available for swap 1 Real (Olympic Games Rio 2016 - Paralympic Athletics)
2015

Circulating commemorative coin: Olympic Games Rio 2016 – Paralympic Athletics
Bimetallic: stainless steel centre in bronze plated steel ring • 7 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 710, Schön# 220, N# 75275
Available for swap 1 Real (Olympic Games Rio 2016 - Judo)
2015

Circulating commemorative coin: Olympic Games Rio 2016 – Judo
Bimetallic: stainless steel centre in bronze plated steel ring • 7 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 711, Schön# 221, N# 75274
Available for swap 1 Real (50 Years of Central Bank)
2015

Circulating commemorative coin: 50 Years of Central Bank
Bimetallic: stainless steel centre in bronze plated steel ring • 7 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 723, Schön# 208, N# 71605
Available for swap 1 Real (Olympic Games Rio 2016 - Boxing)
2016

Circulating commemorative coin: Olympic Games Rio 2016 – Olympic Games Rio 2016
Bimetallic: stainless steel centre in bronze plated steel ring • 7 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 724, Schön# 229, N# 83619
Available for swap 1 Real (Olympic Games Rio 2016 - Paralympic Swimming)
2016

Circulating commemorative coin: Olympic Games Rio 2016 – Paralympic Swimming
Bimetallic: stainless steel centre in bronze plated steel ring • 7 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 725, Schön# 230, N# 83620
Available for swap 1 Real (Olympic Games Rio 2016 - Olympic Mascot)
2016

Circulating commemorative coin: Olympic Games Rio 2016 – Olympic Mascot
Bimetallic: stainless