1 cent coin South Africa (first decimal type)

The South African Reserve Bank issued South African Rand coins in 8 different denominations, including this 1 cent coin South Africa (first decimal type). They are part of the withdrawn South African Rand coins series. The South African Reserve Bank started issuing these 0.01 South African Rand coins in 1961. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1965.

The brass piece of one cent from South Africa was one two coins introduced as the country’s first decimal coinage. The large coin, with a diameter of 31mm, features a bullock wagon or ox-wagon, a traditional form of transport and an Afrikaner cultural icon.

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1 ZAR = £0.0211100000

You get: £0.00021

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