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Suriname is a country located in the north of South America. It borders Guyana, French Guyana and Brazil. Originally settled by Arawak tribes, the Guyana coast was contested by English and Dutch sugar planters. The Treaty of Breda (1667) formalised Dutch rule in Suriname in return for New Amsterdam (now New York) to the English. The country gained independence from the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1975. Suriname is known for its rich rain forests and a small but very diverse population of almost 600,000. The Surinamese Guilder was introduced in 1940 when it was decoupled from homeland Guilder and pegged to U.S. Dollar instead. A fully separate coinage was introduced in 1962 and continued after independence. After a period of chronic inflation, the Gulden was replaced by the Surinamese Dollar at 1000:1 in 2004. Instead of being demonetised, earlier coins were revalued. Read more

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Suriname - Guilder (1826-2003)

100 Cents = 1 Guilder

100 000 Gulden (Bridge Suriname River) – obverse
100 000 Gulden (Bridge Suriname River) – reverse
100 000 Gulden (Bridge Suriname River)
2000
Non circulating coin: Opening of Jules Wijdenbosch bridge over Suriname River
Gold (.917) • 7.98 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 55
100 000 Gulden (Millennium) – obverse
100 000 Gulden (Millennium) – reverse
100 000 Gulden (Millennium)
2000
Non circulating coin: Millennium
Gold (.917) • 7.98 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 56
125 000 Gulden (Millennium) – obverse
125 000 Gulden (Millennium) – reverse
125 000 Gulden (Millennium)
2000
Non circulating coin: Millennium
Gold (.585) • 15 g • ⌀ 30 mm
KM# 57

Suriname - Dollar (2004-date)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

10 Dollars (Silver Bullion Coinage) – obverse
10 Dollars (Silver Bullion Coinage) – reverse
10 Dollars (Silver Bullion Coinage)
2012-2013
Non circulating coin
Silver (.999) • 31.1 g • ⌀ 38 mm
20 Dollar (Antony Nesty) – obverse
20 Dollar (Antony Nesty) – reverse
20 Dollar (Antony Nesty)
2008
Non circulating coin: 20th Anniversary of Gold Medal by Antony Nesty at Seoul Olympics, 1988
Gold (.999) • 1.24 g • ⌀ 13.92 mm
KM# 65
80 Dollars (Silver Bullion Coinage) – obverse
80 Dollars (Silver Bullion Coinage) – reverse
80 Dollars (Silver Bullion Coinage)
2013
Non circulating coin
Silver (.999) • 1,000 g
100 Dollar – obverse
100 Dollar – reverse
100 Dollar
2012-2013
Non circulating coin
Gold (.999) • 31.1 g • ⌀ 32.5 mm
100 Dollars (Gold Bullion Coinage) – obverse
100 Dollars (Gold Bullion Coinage) – reverse
100 Dollars (Gold Bullion Coinage)
2012
Non circulating coin
Gold (.999) • 31.1 g • ⌀ 32.5 mm
400 Dollar (30th Anniversary of Independence) – obverse
400 Dollar (30th Anniversary of Independence) – reverse
400 Dollar (30th Anniversary of Independence)
2005
Non circulating coin: 30th Anniversary of Independence
Gold (.917) • 7.98 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 64
500 Dollar (50th Anniversary Central Bank) – obverse
500 Dollar (50th Anniversary Central Bank) – reverse
500 Dollar (50th Anniversary Central Bank)
2007
Non circulating coin: 50th Anniversary Central Bank
Gold (.917) • 7.98 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 66

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Numista referee for this country is Chilian.

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