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Friday, September 25, 2009

History of Money Indonesia

After Japan surrendered in areas of the Republic began to circulate money ORI (Oeang Republic of Indonesia). Because Indonesia has not entirely under one government, then the money ORI was printed in various regions of the Republic.
Yogyakarta to pay Rp 25,- with a series of image backgrounds Soekarno-sea mountain, Rp 50,- a series of pictures of Bung Karno rubber forest background, and Rp 100,- with pictures course Bung Karno. Serang (Banten) issued bills Rp 1,- with a series of guns crossed hoe. While Jakarta issued bills Rp 0,50 with cultural motifs image. Three in addition to the city, other cities also spend money ORI each was like in West Sumatra, Eastern Indonesia and others.
Below is a brief history of money Indonesia presented next:
1946 : De Javasche banknotes issued by the Bank this year, gradually replacing the money ORI The highest value was 1000 gulden paper money, with views of the mountain wet-rice cultivation and fishing boats at sea.
1948 : Following the paper money whose value is large, this year the Bank also issued Javasche bills Rp 1,-; Rp 0,50; Rp 0,25 and etc., with a series of drawings of plants (coffee trees , rubber, etc.).
1950 : The first act in the field of finance: Bank Javasche bills cut in half. Half remained outstanding with a value of 50% from the previous, while the other parts of the state bonds used. Term: mandatory government loans.
1952 : Bank Indonesia issued a series of bills Diponegoro and Borobudur. The highest was Rp 1000,-.
Along with the Republic of Indonesia is also circulating coin denominations from 1 cent up to Rp 0,50. The first is fractional circulation 5 cents and 10 cents, up 1 cent new, 25 cents and half rupiahs. All of this coin was first made abroad, and then made in the country. Except for money and a half rupiahs with Diponegoro images made of bronze, others are made of aluminum. Eventually half rupiahs any money made from aluminum as well.
These coins printed continuously until the close of the sixties. The latter mold just need money to add fractions.
1958 : On July 22, 1958, the Government began a series of bills passed Animals. This series does not use in emissions. “Elephant” worth Rp 1000,-; “Tiger” worth Rp 500, - and “Monkey” lower value.
1959 : Year of woe for “Elephant” and “Tiger”. The “Elephant” Rp 1000,- “castrated” so that the value 10% lived RP 100,-. The “Tiger” Rp 500,- did not escape the “disaster”, so that its value was only Rp 50,-. This is called “Loan Consolidation”.
1960 : On April 30, 1960, the Government began distributing a series of Flower & Bird emissions by the year 1959. The highest was Rp 1000,-. Besides following the recent bills Rp 2500,- but not from this series but from the series Animals which had previously been circulated. That picture Komodo. Denan circulation Flower & Bird series and Komodo, the other Animals series of “Elephant” and “Tiger” gradually withdrawn from circulation.
1961 : On 28 April 1961, the Government began to circulate new banknotes of the series Worker Hands. The highest is Rp 10000,-.
1965 : On December 13, 1965, once again the Government held a drastic action in the financial sector. Paper money Rp 1000,- to Rp 1,-; Rp 500,- to Rp 0,50 and so on. Flowers & Birds Series, Komodo and others are still circulating all withdrawn.
1966 : Sukarno series banknotes replaced all the outstanding advance. The highest was Rp 1000,-. Series Sukarno actually been printed since 1960.
1968 : On January 8, 1968, a series of paper money circulated Sudirman began to replace the series of Sukarno. The exchange rate of 1 : 1. For the first phase of new fractional Rp 2,50 and Rp 1,-.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Silver Coins

1/10 G 1914 >>> Rp 7.500,-

1/10 G 1941 >>> Rp 7.500,-

1/10 G 1945 >>> Rp 7.500,-

1/4 G 1941 >>> Rp 15.000,-

1/2 G 1922 >>> Rp 30.000,-