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Part 6: Jordan Medallic Issues

Category:  World Coins
Last Modified:  11/27/2012
Set Description


While these are not legal tender coins, they were all commissioned by the Central Bank of Jordan and distributed along with commemorative coins. In some cases, commemorative sets consisted of coins and medallic issues going hand-in-hand.

Set Goals
This is Part 6 of 7 in a collection consisting of all Jordanian coins and medals, including Jordan-themed foreign items as well. Part 6 contains all medallic issues ever minted by the government of Jordan.

LINKS
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7


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Item Description
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Owner Comments
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View Coin M# 1 Jordan Medals 1976 JORDAN FIVE YEAR PLAN NGC MS 62 1976, Bronze, Uncirculated, Commemoration of the Five Year Development Plan - Used primarily as VIP and event gifts.
View Coin M# 2 Jordan Medals 1976 JORDAN FIVE YEAR PLAN NGC MS 63 1976, Bronze, Proof, Commemoration of the Five Year Development Plan - Used primarily as VIP and event gifts.
M# 3 Jordan MEDAL AH1397//1977 1977, Silver, Proof, 25th Anniversary of King Hussein's Reign
M# 4 Jordan MEDAL AH1397//1977 1977, Gold, Proof, 25th Anniversary of King Hussein's Reign
View Coin M# 5 Jordan Medals AH1400//1980 JORDAN SILVER HIJRAH ANNIVERSARY NGC AU 1980, Silver, Proof, 15th Century of Hijra - This pair (silver + gold) goes hand-in-hand with the 3 coin issue that can be found in my Commemorative Coins signature set (nickel + silver + gold), celebrating the same occasion.
View Coin M# 6 Jordan Medals AH1400//1980 JORDAN GOLD HIJRAH ANNIVERSARY NGC MS 60 CAMEO 1980, Gold, Proof, 15th Century of Hijra - This pair (silver + gold) goes hand-in-hand with the 3 coin issue that can be found in my Commemorative Coins signature set (nickel + silver + gold), celebrating the same occasion.
View Coin M# 7 Jordan Medals 1983 JORDAN QUEEN ALIA AIRPORT NGC MS 64 UC 1983, Silver, Proof, Opening of the Queen Alia International Airport - Extremely rare. Never released to the public and used as VIP presents.
M# 8 Jordan MEDAL 1983 1983, Gold, Proof, Opening of the Queen Alia International Airport
View Coin M# 9 Jordan 40.2MM 1983 SILVER JORDAN ARABIAN ORYX NGC MS 64 UC 1983, Silver, Proof, Reintroduction of the Arabian Oryx to Jordan - A lesser-known issue featuring endangered Jordanian fauna. Becoming scarcer, but still relatively easy to obtain.
View Coin M# 10 Jordan 28MM 1983 GOLD JORDAN ARABIAN ORYX NGC MS 60 CA 1983, Gold, Proof, Reintroduction of the Arabian Oryx to Jordan - A lesser-known issue featuring endangered Jordanian fauna. This one is becoming quite hard to find.
View Coin M# 11 GOLD 1988 JORDAN KING HUSSEIN & QUEEN NOOR AL HUSSEIN NGC MS 67 1988, Gold, Uncirculated, King Hussein and Queen Noor. This is a true rarity as it was specially made for the Royal Court and never circulated among the public. The only example I had seen prior to purchasing this one was a specimen displayed at the Museum of the Central Bank of Jordan. It is estimated that a maximum of 50 pieces were made, this one being the only one of which that is known in private hands.
View Coin M# 12 Jordan Medals 1994 JORDAN CENTRAL BANK 30TH ANN. NGC MS 64 1994, Bronze, Uncirculated, 30th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Jordan - The bronze and silver versions are identical in all aspects except for the metal.
View Coin M# 13 Jordan Medals 1994 JORDAN CENTRAL BANK 30TH ANN. NGC MS 66 1994, Silver, Uncirculated, 30th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Jordan - The bronze and silver versions are identical in all aspects except for the metal.
View Coin M# 14 Jordan Medals 2004 JORDAN CENTRAL BANK 40TH ANN. NGC MS 63 MATTE 2004, Bronze, Uncirculated, 40th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Jordan - The 2004 issue has a striking similarity to the 1994 one that preceded it, there are some significant change though, including the colorized coat of arms.
View Coin M# 15 Jordan Medals 2004 JORDAN CENTRAL BANK 40TH ANN. NGC MS 63 MATTE 2004, Silver, Uncirculated, 40th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Jordan - The 2004 issue has a striking similarity to the 1994 one that preceded it, there are some significant change though, including the colorized coat of arms.

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