- baisa (100)
Bi-metal coin.(obverse) Gold coloured metal centre with a design of a dagger over two crossed swords, sitting above an inscription. Surrounded by a white metal outer circle, containing an inscription.
(reverse) Outer white metal outer circle containing an inscription; inner gold metal circle depicting a palace sitting on a hill surrounded by birds and palm trees, with sailing ships floating in water in the foreground.
- Weight: 6.15 grammes
- Diameter: 25 millimetres
Inscription Content100 years of coinage
- Named in inscription: Oman
- (Asia,Middle East,Arabia,Oman)
- Named in Inscription: 100 Years of coinage
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Object reference number: CEM306145
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