Coins from Timor-Leste

Settled by Tetum and Kemak peoples, East Timor was first visited by Portuguese in 1515. The official establishment of Portuguese Timor was in 1702. The west part of Timor was part of the Dutch East Indies and later Indonesia. Following the Carnation Revolution of 1974 in Portugal, East Timor declared independence in November 1975. Since 2002, it is known as Timor-Leste or East Timor. It is a country in South East Asia east of Java and west of New Guinea. It has a population of 1.2 million.
Wikidata: Q574

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Pataca (1894-1959)

100 Avos = 1 Pataca

Available for swap 10 Avos
1945-1951

Bronze • 3 g • ⌀ 20 mm
KM# 5, N# 28368
Available for swap 20 Avos
1945

Nickel brass • 8 g • ⌀ 26.8 mm
KM# 6, N# 33589
Available for swap 50 Avos
1945-1951

Silver (.650) • 3.5 g • ⌀ 20 mm
KM# 7, N# 19773
1 Pataca ("Christo Cross" countermark)
(1900)

Silver (.903) • 27.07 g • ⌀ 39 mm
KM# 8, N# 35300

Escudo (1958-1976)

100 Centavos = 1 Escudo

Available for swap 10 Centavos
1958

Bronze • 2 g • ⌀ 17.8 mm
KM# 10, N# 26312
Available for swap 20 Centavos
1970

Bronze • 2.5 g • ⌀ 18 mm
KM# 17, N# 10332
Available for swap 30 Centavos
1958

Bronze • 4.4 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 11, Schön# 5, N# 13138
Available for swap 50 Centavos
1970

Bronze • 4 g • ⌀ 20 mm
KM# 18, N# 9245