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Libya is a country in northern Africa between Tunisia and Egypt. Its population size is 6 million. Read more

See also: Ottoman Empire

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Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

Sultani - Murad IV – obverse
Sultani - Murad IV – reverse
Sultani - Murad IV
1032-1033 (1623-1624)
Gold – 3.50 g – ø 23 mm
KM# 1

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

1 Millieme  - Idris I – obverse
1 Millieme  - Idris I – reverse
1 Millieme - Idris I
1952
Bronze – 3 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 1

Libya - Jamahiriya ‒ Dinar (1977-2011)

1000 Dirhams = 1 Dinar

5 Dinars (Disabled Persons; Piedfort) – obverse
5 Dinars (Disabled Persons; Piedfort) – reverse
5 Dinars (Disabled Persons; Piedfort)
1981
Commemorative: International Year of Disabled Persons
Silver (.925)
KM# P1

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

Mangir - Murad IV – obverse
Mangir - Murad IV – reverse
Mangir - Murad IV
1039-1041 (1630-1632)
Copper – ø 16 mm
KM# 2

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

2 Milliemes  - Idris I – obverse
2 Milliemes  - Idris I – reverse
2 Milliemes - Idris I
1952
Bronze – 6 g – ø 24 mm
KM# 2

Libya - Jamahiriya ‒ Dinar (1977-2011)

1000 Dirhams = 1 Dinar

70 Dinars (Disabled Persons; Piedfort) – obverse
70 Dinars (Disabled Persons; Piedfort) – reverse
70 Dinars (Disabled Persons; Piedfort)
1981
Commemorative: International Year of Disabled Persons
Gold (.917)
KM# P2

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

Mangir - Ibrahim – obverse
Mangir - Ibrahim – reverse
Mangir - Ibrahim
1049 (1640)
Copper – ø 12 mm
KM# 3

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

5 Milliemes - Idris I – obverse
5 Milliemes - Idris I – reverse
5 Milliemes - Idris I
1952
Bronze – 10 g – ø 28 mm
KM# 3

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

Sultani - Ibrahim – obverse
Sultani - Ibrahim – reverse
Sultani - Ibrahim
1049-1053 (1640-1643)
Gold – 3.40 g – ø 29 mm
KM# 4

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

1 Qirsh / Piastre - Idris I – obverse
1 Qirsh / Piastre - Idris I – reverse
1 Qirsh / Piastre - Idris I
1952
Copper-nickel – 3.8 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 4
2 Qirsh / Piastres - Idris I – obverse
2 Qirsh / Piastres - Idris I – reverse
2 Qirsh / Piastres - Idris I
1952
Copper-nickel – 7.50 g – ø 26 mm
KM# 5
1 Millieme  - Idris I – obverse
1 Millieme  - Idris I – reverse
1 Millieme - Idris I
1385 (1965)
Nickel-brass – 1.75 g – ø 16.03 mm
KM# 6

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

Mangir - Mehmed IV – obverse
Mangir - Mehmed IV – reverse
Mangir - Mehmed IV
1094-1098 (1683-1687)
Copper – 1.34 g – ø 12.5 mm
KM# 7

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

5 Milliemes - Idris I – obverse
5 Milliemes - Idris I – reverse
5 Milliemes - Idris I
1385 (1965)
Nickel-brass – 2.5 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 7

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

1 Para - Mehmed IV (Copper) – obverse
1 Para - Mehmed IV (Copper) – reverse
1 Para - Mehmed IV (Copper)
1076-1094 (1666-1683)
Copper – 3.60 g – ø 15 mm
KM# 8

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

10 Milliemes - Idris I – obverse
10 Milliemes - Idris I – reverse
10 Milliemes - Idris I
1385 (1965)
Copper-nickel – 3.2 g – ø 19.7 mm
KM# 8

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

1 Para - Mehmed IV (Silver) – obverse
1 Para - Mehmed IV (Silver) – reverse
1 Para - Mehmed IV (Silver)
1091 (1680)
Silver – 0.69 g – ø 15 mm
KM# 8A

Libya - Kingdom ‒ Pound (1951-1975)

1000 Milliemes = 100 Piastres/Qirsh = 1 Pound/Guinea

20 Milliemes - Idris I – obverse
20 Milliemes - Idris I – reverse
20 Milliemes - Idris I
1385 (1965)
Copper-nickel – 5.9 g – ø 24.2 mm
KM# 9, Schön# 9

Libya - Tripolitania Eyalet ‒ Akçe (1551-1687)

5 Para "Beshlik" - Mehmed IV – obverse
5 Para "Beshlik" - Mehmed IV – reverse
5 Para "Beshlik" - Mehmed IV
1059 (1649)
Silver – 1.41 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 9.1
5 Para "Beshlik" - Mehmed IV – obverse
5 Para "Beshlik" - Mehmed IV – reverse
5 Para "Beshlik" - Mehmed IV
1083 (1673)
Silver – 1.50 g
KM# 9.2

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Numista referee for this country is AmerSalmeh.

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