Nigerian Naira coins
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Convert your leftover Nigerian Naira coins to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Nigeria.
Nigerian Naira coins are not much in use because of their very low value. Issued by the Abuja-based Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), all Nigerian coins feature the Nigerian coat of arms with two horses and an eagle.
Coins in circulation in Nigeria are ₦2, ₦1 and 50 kobo. The kobo is the subunit of the Naira, with 100 kobo in one Naira.
If you have Nigerian coins we can exchange them for cash for the little value they have. In addition you can also exchange your current Nigerian Naira banknotes, as well as older withdrawn Nigerian Naira banknotes.
Do you have Nigerian Naira coins like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Nigerian Naira. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
2 Nigerian Naira coinThe bimetallic coin of 2 Naira is Nigeria’s highest value coin, even though it has only a very small value. Nigeria’s coat of arms is depicted on the obverse side, featuring two horses, a shield and an eagle with the Nigerian motto “Unity and Faith, Peace and Progress”. The reverse side of the 2 NGN … ContinuedYou get: £0.000321 NGN = £0.0001600000
1 Nigerian Naira coinThe founder of Nigerian nationalism, Herbert Macaulay, is on the portrait on the ₦1 coin. The one naira piece also features Nigeria’s coat of arms. The 1 NGN coin has a diameter of 27.5mm and is larger than the more valuable two naira coin.You get: £0.000161 NGN = £0.0001600000
50 Kobo coin NigeriaThe subunit of the naira is the kobo, with 100 kobo in one naira. The coin of 50 kobo is equivalent to half a naira. The 50 Nigerian kobo coin features Nigeria’s coat of arms on the obverse side and ears of ripe corn on the reverse side.You get: £0.000081 NGN = £0.0001600000