One Hundred Dinars, Coin Type from Bahrain - detailed information

One Hundred Dinars, Coin Type from Bahrain (issued 1978 - )
Coin TypeOne Hundred Dinars

The Bahraini Dinar was introduced as a currency in 1965, six years before Bahrain gained full independence; it replaced the Gulf Rupee at a rate of 10 rupees = 1 dinar. The Dinar is subdivided into 1,000 Fils (the singular form is also Fils); hence it is usually represented with three decimal places denoting the Fils. The 500 Fils (0.500 Dinar) coin is the largest circulating denomination.

Larger denominations have only been issued as non-circulating legal tender and are struck in precious metals. Given that the Bahraini Dinar is one of the most expensive currencies in the world, 100 Dinars is a very high denomination for a coin and has only been struck in gold.

Obverse
Bahrain / One Hundred Dinars - obverse photo

Obverse Inscription
Reverse
Bahrain / One Hundred Dinars - reverse photo

Reverse Inscription
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Coin Type: One Hundred Dinars - (1) Coins
Coin NameReverseObverseDetails
One Hundred Dinars 1978 Bahrain / One Hundred Dinars 1978 - reverse photo Bahrain / One Hundred Dinars 1978 - obverse photo Material: 0.917 Gold
Mint: Royal Mint
Mintage: 5,000
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One Hundred Dinars: Details
CountryBahrain
CurrencyBahraini Dinar
From1978
Face Value100 (x Dinar)
CurrentYes
Material0.917 Gold
Designer
TechnologyMilled (machine-made)
ShapeRound
OrientationMedal Alignment (Axis 0)
Size36.000 mm
Mass31.960 g
One Hundred Dinars: Photos
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