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Coins from Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan is a doubly landlocked (Liechtenstein is the only other country with that geographic status) in Central Asia. It is located south of Kazakhstan and north of Turkmenistan and Tajikistan and has a population of 31 million. The Uzbek language is related to Turkish, and similar to Kazakh, Turkmen and Azeri. Read more

See also: Soviet Union (USSR), Russia - Empire

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Uzbekistan - New som (1994-date)

100 Tiyin = 1 Som

1 Tiyin – obverse
1 Tiyin – reverse
1 Tiyin
1994
Brass plated Steel – 1.75 g – ø 16.9 mm
KM# 1
3 Tiyin – obverse
3 Tiyin – reverse
3 Tiyin
1994
Brass plated Steel – 2.7 g – ø 19.9 mm
KM# 2
5 Tiyin – obverse
5 Tiyin – reverse
5 Tiyin
1994
Brass plated Steel – 3.4 g – ø 21.4 mm
KM# 3
10 Tiyin – obverse
10 Tiyin – reverse
10 Tiyin
1994
Nickel clad Steel – 2.85 g – ø 18.7 mm
KM# 4
20 Tiyin – obverse
20 Tiyin – reverse
20 Tiyin
1994
Nickel clad Steel – 4 g – ø 22 mm
KM# 5
50 Tiyin – obverse
50 Tiyin – reverse
50 Tiyin
1994
Nickel clad Steel – 4.8 g – ø 23.9 mm
KM# 6
1 Soʻm – obverse
1 Soʻm – reverse
1 Soʻm
1997-2000
Nickel clad Steel – 2.80 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 8
1 Soʻm – obverse
1 Soʻm – reverse
1 Soʻm
2000
Nickel clad Steel – 2.83 g – ø 18.8 mm
KM# 12
5 Soʻm – obverse
5 Soʻm – reverse
5 Soʻm
1997-1999
Nickel-clad Steel – 4.07 g – ø 22 mm
KM# 9
5 Soʻm – obverse
5 Soʻm – reverse
5 Soʻm
2001
Brass plated Steel – 3.35 g – ø 21.2 mm
KM# 13
10 Soʻm – obverse
10 Soʻm – reverse
10 Soʻm
1994
Commemorative: 3rd Anniversary of Independency
Silver (.999) – 31.1 g – ø 38 mm
KM# 7
10 Soʻm – obverse
10 Soʻm – reverse
10 Soʻm
1997-2000
Nickel clad Steel – 4.8 g – ø 24 mm
KM# 10
10 Soʻm – obverse
10 Soʻm – reverse
10 Soʻm
2001
Nickel clad Steel – 2.75 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 14
25 Soʻm (Jaloliddin Manguberdi) – obverse
25 Soʻm (Jaloliddin Manguberdi) – reverse
25 Soʻm (Jaloliddin Manguberdi)
1999
Commemorative: Jaloliddin Manguberdi
Copper-nickel clad Steel – 5.9 g – ø 27 mm
KM# 11
50 Soʻm (Independence) – obverse
50 Soʻm (Independence) – reverse
50 Soʻm (Independence)
2001
Commemorative: 10th Anniversary of Independence
Copper-nickel clad Steel – 8 g – ø 26.2 mm
KM# 15
50 Soʻm (Independence; light type) – obverse
50 Soʻm (Independence; light type) – reverse
50 Soʻm (Independence; light type)
2001
Commemorative: 10th Anniversary of Independence
Copper-nickel clad Steel – 6 g – ø 26.2 mm
KM# 40a
50 Soʻm (Shahrisabz) – obverse
50 Soʻm (Shahrisabz) – reverse
50 Soʻm (Shahrisabz)
2002
Commemorative: 2700th Anniversary of Shahrisabz Town
Nickel clad Steel – 7.9 g – ø 26.3 mm
KM# 16
100  Soʻm (Alisher Novoiy) – obverse
100  Soʻm (Alisher Novoiy) – reverse
100 Soʻm (Alisher Novoiy)
2001
Commemorative: Alisher Novoiy, 500th Anniversary of Death
Bronze – ø 38.61 mm
KM# 18
100 Soʻm (Parliament) – obverse
100 Soʻm (Parliament) – reverse
100 Soʻm (Parliament)
2001
Commemorative: 10th Anniversary of Uzbekistan's Independence
Silver (.999) – 31.10 g
KM# 19
100 Soʻm (Amir-Timur Museum) – obverse
100 Soʻm (Amir-Timur Museum) – reverse
100 Soʻm (Amir-Timur Museum)
2001
Commemorative: Amir-Timur Museum
Silver (.999) – 31.10 g
KM# 20

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