|Type||Standard circulation coin|
20 COP = 0.0052 USD
|Currency||Peso decimalized (1847-date)|
|Orientation||Coin alignment ↑↓|
Poporo Quimbaya. Its primary use was as a ceremonial device for chewing of coca leaves during religious ceremonies. It was made around 300 B.C. It is used to carry the lime to the mouth while chewing coca leaves. Exhibited in the Gold Museum in Bogotá, Colombia, it has been depicted in the Colombian currency, in coins and bills.
REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA
POPORO QUIMBAYA MUSEO DEL ORO
Republic of Colombia
Poporo Quimbaya Gold Museum
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|ND||18,300,000||0.3%||esta monedad NO se acuño|
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