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Laos Coin Catalogue

All the coins of Laos classified by type, collectors call it: classification by #KM (acronym of the publication in charge of giving them number). In this catalogue you can find currently coins in circulation ₭ - Kip and old coins of Laos distributed in their historical categories.

The value of the coins has been calculated using our precise algorithm by obtaining the market prices included by collectors, taking into account their characteristics: material, weight, diameter, edge, year of minting, mint of manufacture and mintage. The most valuable Laos coins are those which have had the least production and the best preservation.

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ISO2 ISO3 Flag Continent Capital city Coin
Asia Vientiane ₭ - Kip (LAK)

The most valuable coins

The most valuable Laos coins and sought after by collectors according to Foronum statistics are the following:

  1. 10 att 1980 #KM22
  2. 50 kip 1985 #KM41
  3. 10 cents 1952 #KM4
  4. 20 cents 1952 #KM5
  5. 20 att 1980 #KM23
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10 cents

#KM 4 (1952)
Price: 0,55€ - 1,97€
Weight: 1,32 g
Composition: Aluminium
Diameter: 23,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

20 cents

#KM 5 (1952)
Price: 0,80€ - 3,13€
Weight: 2,23 g
Composition: Aluminium
Diameter: 27,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

50 cents

#KM 6 (1952)
Price: 0,60€ - 15,00€
Weight: 3,84 g
Composition: Aluminium
Diameter: 31,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

1.000 kip (Coronación del Rey Savang Vatthana)

#KM 7 (1971)
Weight: 10,00 g
Composition: Silver
Diameter: 27,00 mm

2.500 kip (Coronación del Rey Savang Vatthana)

#KM 8 (1971)
Composition: Silver
Diameter: 36,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

4.000 kip (Coronación del Rey Savang Vatthana)

#KM 9 (1971)
Weight: 4,07 g
Composition: Gold (0,900)
Diameter: 17,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

10 att

#KM 22 (1980)
Price: 0,42€ - 2,81€
Weight: 1,20 g
Composition: Aluminium
Diameter: 21,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

20 att

#KM 23 (1980)
Price: 0,35€ - 1,95€
Weight: 1,55 g
Composition: Aluminium
Diameter: 23,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

50 att

#KM 24 (1980)
Price: 0,40€ - 3,33€
Weight: 2,50 g
Composition: Aluminium
Diameter: 26,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

10 kip (Embarcación de Cinco Mástiles)

#KM 31 (1988)
Weight: 12,70 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 32,50 mm
Edge: Smooth

1 kip

#KM 37 (1985)
Weight: 8,50 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 27,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

5 kip

#KM 38 (1985)
Weight: 10,40 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 30,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

10 kip

#KM 39 (1985)
Weight: 19,40 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 32,10 mm
Edge: Ribbed

20 kip

#KM 40 (1985)
Weight: 29,70 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 35,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

50 kip

#KM 41 (1985)
Weight: 33,10 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 37,00 mm
Edge: Ribbed

1.200 kip (F.A.O.)

#KM 59 (1995)
Weight: 12,90 g
Composition: Nickel plated steel
Diameter: 32,70 mm
Edge: Smooth

10 kip (Cumbre Mundial sobre la Alimentación 1996)

#KM 61 (1996)
Weight: 26,30 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 38,00 mm
Edge: Smooth

10 kip (XXVII Juegos Olímpicos de verano, Sídney 2000)

#KM 70 (1999)
Weight: 28,28 g
Composition: Copper-nickel
Diameter: 38,50 mm
Edge: Smooth

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