1 Singapore Dollar Coin Design
The 1 Singapore dollar coin front design features the official mascot of Singapore, the Merlion (a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish), and the denomination within the Singapore Lion symbol. The reverse of the coin presents the National Coat of Arms, the issue date, and the country’s name in the four official languages (English, Mandarin Chinese, Tamil, and Malay). This coin is part of the 2013 – 2018 series, its rim is fluted, and its color is silver and gold.
Text: SINGAPURA சிங்கப்பூர் 新加坡 2013 SINGAPORE, 1 DOLLAR
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In 1967 the introduced Singapore dollar was. After all, Singapore established the Board of Currency Commissioners. Singapore introduced the first coins in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents, and 1 dollar.
In 1985, Singapore also introduced a new series of resized coins.
Then, in 2013, Singapore introduced a new series of resized coins in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50 cents, and 1 dollar. The Royal Canadian Mint uses the coins struck on a multi-ply plated-steel planchet. In addition, they have enhanced features to differentiate them from fakes.
Singapore currency symbol
SGD is the abbreviation for the Singapore dollar, the official currency of the island state of Singapore. Hence, the Singapore dollar is knowledge of the “sing” and the symbol S$.