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South Africa
Coins from South Africa(ZAR, Union, First/Second/Third Decimal). Here you will find the largest collection of coin images, mintages, specifications, descriptions and type values for this country. The gallery is being continually updated with new coins. If you see a coin missing, please mail us coin photos (Reverse and Obverse). We will further ...
Coins from South Africa(ZAR, Union, First/Second/Third Decimal). Here you will find the largest collection of coin images, mintages, specifications, descriptions and type values for this country. The gallery is being continually updated with new coins. If you see a coin missing, please mail us coin photos (Reverse and Obverse). We will further research and include it to this coin catalog.
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South Africa There are 871 products.

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  • ZAR(1872-1902)
    Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek(Z.A.R)coins dated between 1872 to 1902. The designs on the coins are sharp/well struck, often with frosted designs and legends. These coins were not issued in cases, and are often presented with minor hairlines and blemishes.
  • Union of SA(1923-1960)
    The Union of South Africa came into being on 31th May 1910. Union coins from 1923-1960 are also referred to as the Sterling South African Series.
  • First Decimal(1961-1964)
    First Decimal Coins were minted between 1961 and 1964 for the Republic of South Africa(RSA).
  • Second Decimal(1965-1990)
    Second Decimal Coins were minted from 1965 to 1990 for the Republic of South Africa (RSA). The Union came to an end when the 1961 constitution was enacted. On 31 May 1961 the nation became a Republic, under the name of the Republic of South Africa (RSA).
  • Third Decimal(1989 to...
    The national flag of the Republic of South Africa(RSA) was adopted on Freedom Day, 27 April 1994, and first flown on the 10th May 1994 - the day Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as President. The central design of the flag, beginning at the flag-pole in a V form and flowing into a single horizontal band to the outer edge of the fly, can be interpreted as the convergence of diverse elements within South African society.
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