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Tanzania is a country in eastern Africa bordering Kenya to its north, Mozambique to its south, and Congo, Rwanda and Burundi to its west. It also borders Lake Victoria and the Indian Ocean. Tanzania is a union of two republics: Tanganyika (mainland) and Zanzibar. In 1961 Tanganyika became independent, followed by Zanzibar in 1963 and the union was established in 1964. Tanzania used the East African Shilling until introducing its own Shilling in 1966. Read more

See also: Zanzibar, East Africa, German East Africa

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Tanzania - Shilling (1966-date)

100 Senti = 1 Shilling

5 Senti – obverse
5 Senti – reverse
5 Senti
1966-1984
Bronze – 4.0 g – ø 22.5 mm
KM# 1, Schön# 1
10 Senti – obverse
10 Senti – reverse
10 Senti
1977-1984
Nickel-brass – 5.03 g – ø 25 mm
KM# 11, Schön# 2
20 Senti – obverse
20 Senti – reverse
20 Senti
1966-1984
Nickel-brass – 5 g – ø 24 mm
KM# 2, Schön# 3
50 Senti – obverse
50 Senti – reverse
50 Senti
1966-1984
Copper-nickel – 4.0 g – ø 21.0 mm
KM# 3, Schön# 4
50 Senti – obverse
50 Senti – reverse
50 Senti
1988-1990
Nickel clad Steel – 4 g – ø 20.9 mm
KM# 26, Schön# A24
1 Shilingi – obverse
1 Shilingi – reverse
1 Shilingi
1966-1984
Copper-nickel – 8 g – ø 27.65 mm
KM# 4, Schön# 5
1 Shilingi – obverse
1 Shilingi – reverse
1 Shilingi
1987-1992
Nickel clad Steel – 6.5 g – ø 23.5 mm
KM# 22, Schön# 24
5 Shilingi (Independence) – obverse
5 Shilingi (Independence) – reverse
5 Shilingi (Independence)
(1971)
Commemorative: 10 years of independence of Tanganyika from the United Kingdom
Copper-nickel – 13.6 g – ø 31.5 mm
KM# 5, Schön# 7
5 Shilingi (FAO) – obverse
5 Shilingi (FAO) – reverse
5 Shilingi (FAO)
1972-1980
Copper-nickel – 13.8 g – ø 31.5 mm
KM# 6, Schön# 8
5 Shilingi (Central Bank) – obverse
5 Shilingi (Central Bank) – reverse
5 Shilingi (Central Bank)
(1976)
Commemorative: Central Bank
Copper-nickel – 13 g – ø 31.5 mm
KM# 10, Schön# 12
5 Shilingi (FAO) – obverse
5 Shilingi (FAO) – reverse
5 Shilingi (FAO)
1978
Commemorative: FAO - Regional conference for Africa
Copper-nickel – 13.6 g – ø 33 mm
KM# 12, Schön# 13
5 Shilingi – obverse
5 Shilingi – reverse
5 Shilingi
1987-1989
Copper-nickel – 8.3 g – ø 27.6 mm
KM# 23, Schön# 25
5 Shilingi – obverse
5 Shilingi – reverse
5 Shilingi
1990-1993
Nickel plated Steel – 8.52 g – ø 27.6 mm
KM# 23a, Schön# 25a
10 Shilingi – obverse
10 Shilingi – reverse
10 Shilingi
1987-1989
Copper-nickel – 9.7 g – ø 29 mm
KM# 20, Schön# 26
10 Shilingi – obverse
10 Shilingi – reverse
10 Shilingi
1990-1993
Nickel clad Steel – 10 g – ø 29 mm
KM# 20a, Schön# 26a
20 Shilingi (Independence) – obverse
20 Shilingi (Independence) – reverse
20 Shilingi (Independence)
(1981)
Commemorative: 20th Anniversary of Independence
Copper-nickel – ø 34.5 mm
KM# 13, Schön# 14
20 Shilingi (20ème anniversaire de l'Indépendance) – obverse
20 Shilingi (20ème anniversaire de l'Indépendance) – reverse
20 Shilingi (20ème anniversaire de l'Indépendance)
1981
16.00 g – ø 34.5 mm
KM# 13a, Schön# 14a
20 Shilingi (Central Bank) – obverse
20 Shilingi (Central Bank) – reverse
20 Shilingi (Central Bank)
(1986)
Commemorative: 20th Anniversary - Central Bank
Copper-nickel – 28.28 g – ø 38.61 mm
KM# 21, Schön# 23
20 Shilingi (Central Bank) – obverse
20 Shilingi (Central Bank) – reverse
20 Shilingi (Central Bank)
1986
Commemorative: Central Bank
Silver (.925) – 28.28 g – ø 39 mm
KM# 21a, Schön# 23a
20 Shilingi – obverse
20 Shilingi – reverse
20 Shilingi
1990-1992
Nickel bonded Steel – 13 g – ø 32 mm
KM# 27, Schön# 27

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