Sudan, 1 Dinar 1994

We don’t often come across coins from Sudan, but we can now offer this brass 1 dinar coin from 1994. The dinar circulated between 1992 and 2007 and was significant in that it was one of the very few currencies that never had any official subdivision. The obverse of this rather plain coin depicts the Central Bank of Sudan Building, with the denomination and the Islamic year 1415, which corresponds to 1994 AD.
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SKU: FSN9926
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