Cayman Islands
 

 
The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea. The territory comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, located south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica. The Cayman Islands are considered to be part of the geographic Western Caribbean Zone as well as the Greater Antilles. The territory is a major world offshore financial centre.
The Cayman Islands remained largely uninhabited until the 17th century. While there is no archaeological evidence for an indigenous people on the islands, a variety of settlers from various backgrounds made their home on the islands, including pirates, refugees from the Spanish Inquisition, shipwrecked sailors, and deserters from Oliver Cromwell's army in Jamaica.
The first recorded permanent inhabitant of the Cayman Islands, Isaac Bodden, was born on Grand Cayman around 1661. He was the grandson of the original settler named Bodden who was probably one of Oliver Cromwell's soldiers at the taking of Jamaica in 1655.
England took formal control of the Cayman Islands, along with Jamaica, as a result of the Treaty of Madrid of 1670. Following several unsuccessful attempts at settlement, a permanent English-speaking population in the islands dates from the 1730s. With settlement, after the first royal land grant by the Governor of Jamaica in 1734, came the perceived need for slaves. Many were brought to the islands from Africa; this is evident today with the majority of native Caymanians being of African and English descent. The results of the first census taken in the islands in 1802 showed the population on Grand Cayman to be 933 with 545 of those inhabitants being slaves. Slavery was abolished in the Cayman Islands in 1833. At the time of abolition, there were over 950 black slaves of African ancestry owned by 116 white families of English ancestry. The islands continued to be governed as part of the Colony of Jamaica until 1962, when they became a separate Crown colony while Jamaica became an independent Commonwealth realm. The Cayman Islands historically have been a tax-exempt destination. The defence of the Cayman Islands is the responsibility of the United Kingdom. Law enforcement in the country is provided chiefly by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service and the Cayman Islands Customs Department. These two agencies co-operate in aspects of law enforcement, including their joint marine unit. The Cayman Islands Cadet Corps was formed in March 2001 and carries out military-type training with teenage citizens of the country. They are known for fine shipbuilding, excellent sailors, and numerous discreetly numbered financial accounts.
Capital and largest city: George Town. Motto: "He hath founded it upon the seas". National song: "Beloved Isle Cayman".
 
                10 May 1503  Cayman Brac and Little Cayman discovered and claimed for
                              Spain by Columbus, the islands are named Islas Las Tortugas.
         1661 - 1671         First recorded settlements located on Little Cayman and
                               Cayman Brac.
                18 Jul 1670  English colony, part of Jamaica.
         1734 - 1741         Permanent settlements established.
         1863 - 1959         Administered from Jamaica.
                04 Jul 1959  Separate British crown colony.
  04 Jul 1959 - 31 May 1962  Part of the Federation of the West Indies.
                              (under Trinidad and Tobago)
  22 Aug 1972 - 06 Nov 2009  1972 Constitution.
  06 Nov 2009 - date         New Constitution.
 

The Cayman Islands are in the western Caribbean Sea and are the peaks of a massive underwater ridge, known as the Cayman Ridge (or Cayman Rise). This ridge flanks the Cayman Trough, 6,000 m (20,000 ft) deep which lies 6 km (3.7 mi) to the south. The islands lie in the northwest of the Caribbean Sea, east of Quintana Roo, Mexico and the Yucatan Mexico, south of Cuba and west of Jamaica. They are situated about 700 km (430 mi) south of Miami, 750 km (470 mi) east of Mexico, 366 km (227 mi) south of Cuba, and about 500 km (310 mi) northwest of Jamaica. Grand Cayman is by far the biggest, with an area of 197 km2 (76 sq mi). Grand Cayman's two "Sister Islands", Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, are about 120 km (75 mi) east north-east of Grand Cayman and have areas of 38 and 28.5 km2 (14.7 and 11.0 sq mi) respectively. All three islands were formed by large coral heads covering submerged ice age peaks of western extensions of the Cuban Sierra Maestra range and are mostly flat. One notable exception to this is The Bluff on Cayman Brac's eastern part, which rises to 43 m (141 ft) above sea level, the highest point on the islands. Terrain is mostly a low-lying limestone base surrounded by coral reefs.
 
  • Magistrate
  • William Cartwright....................................c.1734 - 17..
  • Chief magistrates
  • William Cartwright (continued)..........................1750 - 1776
  • William Bodden..........................................1776 - 1823
  • James Coe the Elder.....................................1823 - 1829
  • John Drayton............................................1829 - 1842
  • James Coe the Younger...................................1842 - 1855
  • William Eden............................................1855 - 1879
  • William Bodden Webster..................................1879 - 1888
  • Edmund Parsons..........................................1888 - 1898
  • Commissioners
  • Frederick Shedden Sanguinetti...........................1898 - Aug 1906
  • Charles Henry Yorke Slader..............................1906 - 1907
  • George Stephenson Shirt Hirst...........................1907 - 1912
  • Hugh Houston Hutchings (1st time - acting)..............1912 - 1913
  • Aubrey Charles Robinson.................................1913 - 1916
  • Cecil Everard Mellish...................................1916 - 1919
  • Hugh Houston Hutchings (2nd time).......................1919 - 1929
  • Geoffrey Hammond Frith..................................1929 - 1931
  • Ernest Arthur Weston....................................1931 - 1934
  • Allan Wolsey Cardinall..................................1934 - 1940
  • Albert Colinridge Panton, Sr. (acting)..................1940 - 1941
  • John Penry Jones........................................1941 - 1946
  • Ivor Otterbein Smith....................................1946 - 1952
  • Andrew Morris Gerrard...................................1952 - 1956
  • Alan Hilliard Donald....................................1956 - 04 Jul 1959
  • Administrators
  • Alan Hilliard Donald (continued).................04 Jul 1959 - 1960
  • Jack Rose...............................................1960 - 1964
  • John Alfred Cumber......................................1964 - 1968
  • Athelstan Charles Ethelwulf Long........................1968 - 03 Nov 1971
  • Governors
  • Athelstan Charles Ethelwulf Long (continued).....03 Nov 1971 - 12 Nov 1971
  • Desmond Vere Watler (acting).....................12 Nov 1971 - 30 Nov 1971
  • Kenneth Roy Crook................................30 Nov 1971 - Jul 1974
  • Thomas Russell...................................28 Aug 1974 - 1981
  • George Peter Lloyd...............................14 Jan 1982 - 10 Jun 1987
  • Alan James Scott.................................10 Jun 1987 - 14 Sep 1992
  • Previously he had been Secretary for Transport in Hong Kong (198085), and also served in Fiji.
  • Michael Edward John Gore.........................14 Sep 1992 - 16 Oct 1995
  • John Wynne Owen..................................16 Oct 1995 - 05 May 1999
  • Peter John Smith.................................05 May 1999 - 09 May 2002
  • He was the British Ambassador to Madagascar, the British High Commissioner to Lesotho before his final position as Governor of the Cayman Islands.
  • James Ryan (acting)..............................09 May 2002 - 29 May 2002
  • Bruce Harry Dinwiddy.............................29 May 2002 - 28 Oct 2005
  • He has been working for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) since 1973. Before becoming a colonial administrator, he was posted to many countries around the world, and also spent time working in England.
  • George A. McCarthy (acting)......................28 Oct 2005 - 23 Nov 2005
  • Stuart Duncan Macdonald Jack.....................23 Nov 2005 - 02 Dec 2009
  • Donovan Ebanks (acting)..........................02 Dec 2009 - 15 Jan 2010
  • Duncan John Rushworth Taylor.....................15 Jan 2010 - 07 Aug 2013
  • He joined the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1982 as a Desk Officer in its West Africa department. In 2005, he was appointed the British High Commissioner for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, which covered the Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He became the governor of the Cayman Islands on 15 January 2010. His appointment as ambassador to Mexico was announced in May 2013.
  • Franz Manderson (acting).........................07 Aug 2013 - 06 Sep 2013
  • Helen Marjorie Kilpatrick (female)...............06 Sep 2013 - date
  • In September 2013, she was appointed by Queen Elizabeth II on the advice of the British government, to represent the Queen as Governor of the Cayman Islands. Born in Guernsey in 1958, she was educated at Kings College, Cambridge.
 
 
Currency: Cayman Islands dollar (KYD) = 100 cents.
The Cayman Islands dollar was introduced on 01st May 1972, replacing the Jamaican dollar at par used since 1900. Jamaican currency and Cayman Islands then remained both legal tender until 01st August 1972 when Jamaican currency ceased to be legal tender. The Cayman Islands dollar has been pegged to the United States dollar at 1 Cayman Islands Dollar = 1.2 U.S. Dollars since 01 April 1974 when the Currency Law of 1974 was enacted. On the islands, the US dollar is accepted as legal currency by hotels, restaurants, and retail establishments at the rate of 1 US Dollar for every 80 Cayman cents.
In 1972, coins in denominations of 1, 5, 10 and 25 were introduced. The 1 was struck in bronze, with the other denominations in cupronickel. From 1992, copper and nickel-plated steel replaced bronze and cupronickel, respectively.
 
1977
 

KM#1 1 cent. Year: 1977. Weight: 2.83g [2.85g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 17.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: A grand Cayman thrush (Turdus ravidus), an extinct bird endemic to Grand Cayman sitting on a branch in the center. Numeral "1" written on the right side. Mintage: 1,800,000. Minted Years: 1972-1977, 1979-1984 and 1986 (1979, 1981, 1983 and 1984 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Arnold Machin (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

Note: Royal Mint produced coins in 1972, 1973, 1977, 1982 and 1986. Royal Canadian minted issues of 1972-1977 and Franklin Mint 1979-1984.

KM#4 25 cents. Year: 1977. Weight: 5.55g [5.67g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 24.26 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Sail boat, a traditional two mast schooner, sailing to the right in the center. Numeral "25" written on the right side. Mintage: 520,000 + 1,980 Proofs. Minted Years: 1972-1977, 1979-1984 and 1986 (1974-1976, 1979-1981 and 1983-1984 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Arnold Machin (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

Note: Royal Mint produced coins in 1972, 1973, 1977, 1982 and 1986. Royal Canadian minted issues of 1972-1977 and Franklin Mint 1979-1984.

 
1980
 

KM#5 50 cents. Year: 1980. Weight: 10.32g [10.37g]. Metal: 0.925 Silver. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 28.20 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Franklin Mint. Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Three Caribbean Emperor Fish swimming at the top and left side. Numeral "50" written on the center right side. Mintage: 1,215 Proofs. Minted Years: 1972-1977 and 1979-1982 (all exits in Proofs, except 1972 which exists in normal issue as well). Engravers: Arnold Machin (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

Note: Royal Mint produced coins in 1972-1973. Royal Canadian minted issues of 1972-1977 and Franklin Mint 1979-1982.

 
1982
 

Same as KM#1 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1982. Weight: 2.81g [2.85g]. Mintage: N/A + 589 Proofs.

KM#2 5 cents. Year: 1982. Weight: 2.29g [2.20g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Pink-spotted shrimp in the center. Numeral "5" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A + N/A Proofs. Minted Years: 1972-1977, 1979-1984 and 1986 (1974-1976, 1979-1981 and 1983-1984 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Arnold Machin (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

Note: Royal Mint produced coins in 1972, 1973, 1977, 1982 and 1986. Royal Canadian minted issues of 1972-1977 and Franklin Mint 1979-1984.

KM#3 10 cents. Year: 1982. Weight: 3.93g [3.90g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 21.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) surfacing creating ripples. Numeral "10" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A + 589 Proofs. Minted Years: 1972-1977, 1979-1984 and 1986 (1974-1976, 1979-1981 and 1983-1984 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Arnold Machin (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

Note: Royal Mint produced coins in 1972, 1973, 1977, 1982 and 1986. Royal Canadian minted issues of 1972-1977 and Franklin Mint 1979-1984.

 
1985
 

KM#83 50 Dollars. Year: 1985. Weight: 129.60g [129.60g]. Metal: 0.925 Silver. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 63.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Date written at the bottom. Reverse: Snowy Egret facing left and sitting on a branch in the center. "FIFTY" written on the top left side and "DOLLARS" at the top right side. Mintage: 10,0000 (estimated). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Bird Conservation.

 
1987
 

KM#87 1 cent. Year: 1987. Weight: 2.80g [2.85g]. Metal: Bronze. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 17.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: A grand Cayman thrush (Turdus ravidus), an extinct bird endemic to Grand Cayman sitting on a branch in the center. Numeral "1" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A + 317 Proofs. Minted Years: 1987-1988 and 1990 (1988 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#89 10 cents. Year: 1987. Weight: 3.99g [3.90g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 21.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) surfacing creating ripples. Numeral "10" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A + 317 Proofs. Minted Years: 1987-1988 and 1990 (1988 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).
 
1988
 

KM#143 5 Dollars. Year: ND (1988). Weight: 28.26g [28.28g]. Metal: 0.925 Silver. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 38.61 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Value " 5 DOLLARS " written at the bottom. Reverse: Sailboards in the center. "OLYMPICS GAMES SEOUL 1988" written on the right side in four lines. Mintage: 20,000 (estimated). Minted Years: One year type. Subject: Seoul Olympics 1988.
 
1990
 

Same as KM#87 mentioned above, but...

Year: 1990. Weight: 2.85g [2.85g]. Mintage: N/A. 

KM#88 5 cents. Year: 1990. Weight: 2.19g [2.20g]. Metal: Copper-Nickel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Pink-spotted shrimp in the center. Numeral "5" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1987-1988 and 1990 (1988 only exits in Proofs). Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).
 
1992
 

KM#87a 1 cent. Year: 1992. Weight: 2.56g [2.55g]. Metal: Copper plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 17.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: A grand Cayman thrush (Turdus ravidus), an extinct bird endemic to Grand Cayman sitting on a branch in the center. Numeral "1" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1992 and 1996. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#88a 5 cents. Year: 1992. Weight: 2.02g [2.00g]. Metal: Nickel plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Pink-spotted shrimp in the center. Numeral "5" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1992 and 1996. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#89a 10 cents. Year: 1992. Weight: 3.52g [3.45g]. Metal: Nickel plated Steel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 21.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) surfacing creating ripples. Numeral "10" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1992 and 1996. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#90a 10 cents. Year: 1992. Weight: 5.14g [5.10g]. Metal: Nickel plated Steel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 24.26 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Sail boat, a traditional two mast schooner, sailing to the right in the center. Numeral "25" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1992 and 1996. Engravers: Raphael David Maklouf (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).
 
1996
 

Same as KM#87a mentioned above, but...

Year: 1996. Weight: 2.56g [2.55g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#88a mentioned above, but...

Year: 1996. Weight: 2.03g [2.00g]. Mintage: N/A. 

Same as KM#89a mentioned above, but...

Year: 1996. Weight: 3.38g [3.45g]. Mintage: N/A. 

Same as KM#90a mentioned above, but...

Year: 1996. Weight: 5.11g [5.10g]. Mintage: N/A.

 
1999
 

KM#131 1 cent. Year: 1999. Weight: 2.54g [2.55g]. Metal: Copper plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 17.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: A grand Cayman thrush (Turdus ravidus), an extinct bird endemic to Grand Cayman sitting on a branch in the center. Numeral "1" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008 and 2013. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#132 5 cents. Year: 1999. Weight: 2.04g [2.00g]. Metal: Nickel plated Steel. Edge: Plain. Diameter: 18.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Pink-spotted shrimp in the center. Numeral "5" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1999, 2002, 2005 and 2008. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#133 10 cents. Year: 1999. Weight: 3.46g [3.45g]. Metal: Nickel plated Steel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 21.00 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) surfacing creating ripples. Numeral "10" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1999, 2002, 2005 and 2008. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).

KM#134 25 cents. Year: 1999. Weight: 5.12g [5.10g]. Metal: Nickel plated Steel. Edge: Reeded. Diameter: 24.26 mm. Alignment: Medal. Mint: British Royal Mint. Obverse: Crowned Queen Elizabeth II portrait facing right in the center. "CAYMAN ISLANDS" written on the left side clockwise. "ELIZABETH II" written on the right side clockwise. Year at the bottom.
Reverse: Sail boat, a traditional two mast schooner, sailing to the right in the center. Numeral "25" written on the right side. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008 and 2013. Engravers: Ian Rank-Broadley (Queen Elizabeth side) and Stuart Devlin (value side).
 
2002
 

Same as KM#131 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002. Weight: 2.53g [2.55g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#132 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002. Weight: 2.03g [2.00g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#133 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002. Weight: 3.44g [3.45g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#134 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2002. Weight: 5.14g [5.10g]. Mintage: N/A.

 
2005
 

Same as KM#131 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2005. Weight: 2.52g [2.55g]. Mintage: N/A. 

Same as KM#132 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2005. Weight: 2.01g [2.00g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#133 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2005. Weight: 3.47g [3.45g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#134 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2005. Weight: 5.05g [5.10g]. Mintage: N/A.

 
2008
 

Same as KM#131 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2008. Weight: 2.57g [2.55g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#132 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2008. Weight: 2.04g [2.00g]. Mintage: N/A. 

Same as KM#133 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2008. Weight: 3.43g [3.45g]. Mintage: N/A.

Same as KM#134 mentioned above, but...

Year: 2008. Weight: 5.03g [5.10g]. Mintage: N/A.

 
 
 
 
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