Afghani: coin from Islamic State of Afghanistan; 100 pul

AFGHANI: COIN OF AFGHANISTAN

50 afghani, 1996: Islamic State of Afghanistan

50 afghani, 1996: Islamic State of Afghanistan

Coin of the FAO series (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). Coins of this series were minted in many countries around the world (mostly during the second half of the 20th century).

Commemorative non-circulating coin: FAO — World Food Summit in Rome, 1996.

ISLAMIC STATE OF AFGHANISTAN.

50 AFGHANIS.

The National Emblem of Afghanistan (1992-2002).

WORLD FOOD SUMMIT - ROME 13-17 NOV - 1996.

Logo of World Food Summits, that from time to time are convened by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

ZAFAR GATE IN PAGHMAN VALLEY.

Paghman — town in the hills near Afghanistan's capital of Kabul.

Zafar Gate (Taq-e Zafar) — triumphal arch located in Paghman that commemorates Afghan independence after the Third Anglo-Afghan War in 1919.

Mintage: 10.000.

  • Copper-nickel: 38 mm - 25.95 g
  • Reference price: 6$

COIN AFGHANI — WHERE & WHEN (coins catalog: by names & emitents)
  1. AFGHANISTAN (1925-...) — Kingdom of Afghanistan + Democratic Republic of Afghanistan + Islamic State of Afghanistan + Islamic Republic of Afghanistan + Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan): afghani = 100 pul


About the name of the coin afghani (Pashto "افغانۍ"): everything is simple with the name of this coin — it reflects the name of the issuing country.