Coins from Egypt

Egypt is a transcontinental country in north eastern Africa and the western tip of Asia. The area has one of the longest histories of mankind, with evidence of an agricultural culture dating back to 10,000 BC.
Wikidata: Q79

See also: Ottoman Empire, Darfur, Egypt (ancient)

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Pound (1834-1916)

1 Pound = 100 Piastres = 4000 Paras

10 Qirsh - Abdulaziz
1277 (1861)

Silver (.833) • 12.5 g
KM# 257, N# 231883
10 Qirsh - Abdulaziz
1277 (1861)

Silver (.900) • 14 g
KM# 258, N# 231884
10 Qirsh - Abdulaziz
1277 (1861)

Gold (.875) • 0.8554 g
KM# 259, N# 231887
10 Qirsh - Abdul Hamid II
1293 (1876)

Gold (.875) • 0.8544 g
KM# A282, N# 232399
Available for swap 10 Qirsh - Abdul Hamid II
1293 (1876-1907)

Silver (.833) • 14 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 295, N# 22064
10 Qirsh - Abdul Hamid II
1293 (1891-1908)

Gold (.875) • 0.8544 g • ⌀ 13.5 mm
KM# 282, N# 17229
Available for swap 10 Qirsh - Mehmed V
1327 (1910-1913)

Silver (.833) • 14 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 309, N# 23349
20 Qirsh - Mahmud II
1223 (1835-1838)

Silver (.833) • 28 g • ⌀ 37 mm
KM# 186, N# 28396
20 Qirsh - Mahmud II
1223 (1836-1839)

Gold (.875) • 1.7 g • ⌀ 18 mm
KM# 215, N# 58134
20 Qirsh - Abdulmecid I
1255 (1839)

Gold (.875) • 1.71 g
KM# 233, N# 232401
20 Qirsh - Abdulmecid I
1255 (1839-1842)

Silver (.833) • 27.9 g • ⌀ 37 mm
KM# 232, N# 28408