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Currency in Circulation:

Notes: N1000 | N500 | N200| N100 C | N100 | N50 | N20 | N10 | N5
Coins: N2 | N 1 | 50 Kobo

Currency Withdrawn:

 Earlier | 1959 | 1965 | 1968 | 1973 | 1977 | 1979 | 1984 | 1991 | 2007

1965 Currency Issue

In 1965, the Legal tender was changed to reflect the country's republican status. They were in the denominations of Five (�5) pounds, One (�1) pound, Ten (10/-) Shillings and Five (5/-) shillings with colours different from those of 1959. The coins in use were still the ones issued in 1959, Two (2/-) shillings, three (3p) Pence, One (1p) Penny and One half (1�p) Penny.

Name
Five Pounds
Dimension:
63/16 x 315/16 Inches
Material: Paper
Withdrawn: 1968
One Pound
Dimension:
55/16 x 35/16 Inches
Material: Paper
Withdrawn: 1968
Ten Shilling
Dimension:
57/16 x 31/16 Inches
Material: Paper
Withdrawn: 1968
Five Shilling
Dimension:
5 x 27/8 Inches
Material: Paper
Withdrawn: 1968
Two Shilling
Dimension:
Material: Silver
Withdrawn: 1973
One Shilling
Dimension:
Material: Silver
Withdrawn: 1973
Six Pence
Dimension:
Material: Silver
Withdrawn: 1973
Three Pence
Dimension:
Material: Gold
Withdrawn: 1973
1 Pence
Dimension:
Material: Bronze
Withdrawn: 1973
One and Half Pence
Dimension:
Material: Bronze
Withdrawn: 1973

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Facts : 1/1/1900
London Club of Creditors:These are mainly uninsured and unguaranteed debts extended by commercial banks to nationals of debtor nations. Members of the club are commercial banks mainly in industrialized countries. The first London club meeting was held in 1976 to discuss re-payment and conclude re-structuring agreements.
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