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Swaziland is a kingdom east of South Africa bordering Mozambique. It was founded by King Mswati in the 19th century and was originally larger than it is today. It was recognised as an independent kingdom by Britain during the Scramble for Africa but in 1903 it became a protectorate of the British Empire. In 1906 it was merged with Transvaal Province, 2/3rd of the land being assigned to Europeans and 1/3rd to non-Europeans with its own Swazi king. It was part of the Union of South Africa for decades, became a protected state after that and an independent kingdom in 1968. Read more

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Swaziland - Lilangeni (1974-date)

100 Cents = 1 Lilangeni

1 Cent - Sobhuza II – obverse
1 Cent - Sobhuza II – reverse
1 Cent - Sobhuza II
1974-1983
Bronze – 2 g – ø 18.3 mm
KM# 7, Schön# 7
1 Cent - Sobhuza II (FAO) – obverse
1 Cent - Sobhuza II (FAO) – reverse
1 Cent - Sobhuza II (FAO)
1975
Commemorative: FAO
Bronze – 2 g – ø 18.3 mm
KM# 21, Schön# 21
1 Cent - Mswati III (1st portrait) – obverse
1 Cent - Mswati III (1st portrait) – reverse
1 Cent - Mswati III (1st portrait)
1986
Copper plated Steel – 1.7 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 39, Schön# 37
1 Cent - Mswati III (1st portrait) – obverse
1 Cent - Mswati III (1st portrait) – reverse
1 Cent - Mswati III (1st portrait)
1986
Bronze – 1.7 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 39a
1 Cent - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – obverse
1 Cent - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – reverse
1 Cent - Mswati III (2nd portrait)
1995
Bronze – ø 16.9 mm
KM# 51, Schön# 45
2 Cents - Sobhuza II – obverse
2 Cents - Sobhuza II – reverse
2 Cents - Sobhuza II
1974-1982
Bronze – 2.8 g – ø 20.9 mm
KM# 8, Schön# 8
2 Cents - Sobhuza II (FAO) – obverse
2 Cents - Sobhuza II (FAO) – reverse
2 Cents - Sobhuza II (FAO)
1975
Commemorative: FAO
Bronze – 2.8 g – ø 20.9 mm
KM# 22, Schön# 22
5 Cents - Sobhuza II (Independence) – obverse
5 Cents - Sobhuza II (Independence) – reverse
5 Cents - Sobhuza II (Independence)
1968
Commemorative: Independence
Silver (.800) – 2.75 g – ø 17.5 mm
KM# 1
5 Cents - Sobhuza II – obverse
5 Cents - Sobhuza II – reverse
5 Cents - Sobhuza II
1974-1979
Copper-nickel – 2.15 g – ø 18.5 mm
KM# 9, Schön# 9
5 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait) – obverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait) – reverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait)
1986
Copper-nickel – 2.15 g – ø 18.5 mm
KM# 40.1
5 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait, magnetic) – obverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait, magnetic) – reverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait, magnetic)
1992
Nickel clad Steel – 2.3 g – ø 18.5 mm
KM# 40.2
5 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – obverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – reverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait)
1995-2010
Copper-nickel – 2.1 g – ø 18.5 mm
KM# 48
5 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – obverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – reverse
5 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait)
2011
Copper plated Steel – 2 g – ø 17.5 mm
KM# 56
10 Cents - Sobhuza II (Independence) – obverse
10 Cents - Sobhuza II (Independence) – reverse
10 Cents - Sobhuza II (Independence)
1968
Commemorative: Independence
Silver (.800) – 4.38 g – ø 20.4 mm
KM# 2
10 Cents - Sobhuza II – obverse
10 Cents - Sobhuza II – reverse
10 Cents - Sobhuza II
1974-1979
Copper-nickel – 3.7 g – ø 22 mm
KM# 10, Schön# 10
10 Cents - Sobhuza II (FAO) – obverse
10 Cents - Sobhuza II (FAO) – reverse
10 Cents - Sobhuza II (FAO)
1975
Commemorative: FAO
Copper-nickel – 3.6 g – ø 22 mm
KM# 23, Schön# 23
10 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait) – obverse
10 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait) – reverse
10 Cents - Mswati III (1st portrait)
1986-1992
Copper-nickel – 3.6 g – ø 22 mm
KM# 41, Schön# 39
10 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – obverse
10 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – reverse
10 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait)
1995-2009
Copper-nickel – 3.6 g – ø 22 mm
KM# 49, Schön# 47
10 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – obverse
10 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait) – reverse
10 Cents - Mswati III (2nd portrait)
2009-2011
Copper plated Steel – 3.4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 57
10 Cents - Mswati III – obverse
10 Cents - Mswati III – reverse
10 Cents - Mswati III
2015
Nickel plated Steel – 3.50 g – ø 17.97 mm

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