Coin Specifications

Region: Tunisia  
Denomination: 5 Milim  
Diameter: 23.97 (mm)  

Coin Metal Composition:

Aluminium [99.9%] 1.4985 (g)
Total Mass: 1.5 (g)

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1960-1996 - 5 Millimes

Tunisia 1983 5 Millimes Coin Description

Tunisia 1983  5 Millimes ( 5 Milim ) - Obverse
OBVERSE
Obverse
Tunisia 1983  5 Millimes ( 5 Milim ) - Reverse
REVERSE
Reverse



COIN DESCRIPTION
Coin Mass: 1.5 GRAMS    [View Coin Metal Melt Value]
Diameter: 23.97 (mm)
Mint Year: 1983
Mint Mark:
Coin Name: 5 Millimes
Coin Rating:
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Obscure Finds Coin Collection (OFCC) has reviewed this item ( OFCC Coin ID:137.617 Tunisia 1983 5 Milim ) and has given the item a grade of UNGRADED with serial number of: | OFCC:137.617
Coin Grade:
OFCC - UNGRADED
Grade Serial:
OFCC Serial: 137.617
Face Value:
( Tunisia)
0.05
Attributes:
Coin Notes:
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COIN TYPE DESCRIPTION
Years Minted: 1960-1996
Mint Marks:
Denomination: 5 Milim
Obverse Design: Olive Tree "Central Bank of Tunisia" Lettering: البنك المركزي التونسي 1960
Obverse Designer:
Reverse Design: "Five millimes" Lettering: 5 خمسـة مليمات
Reverse Designer:
1960-1996 - 5 Millimes

The dinar is the currency of Tunisia. It is subdivided into 1000 milim or millimes (مليم). The abbreviation DT is often used in Tunisia, although writing "dinar" after the amount is also acceptable (TND is less colloquial, and tends to be used more in financial circles).

The dinar was introduced in 1960, having been established as a unit of account in 1958. It replaced the franc at a rate of 1000 francs = 1 dinar. The dinar did not follow the devaluation of the French franc in 1958, resulting in the exchange rate being abandoned. Instead a peg to the United States dollar of 0.42 dinar = 1 dollar was established which was maintained until 1964, when the dinar devalued to 0.525 dinar = 1 dollar. This second rate was held until the dollar was devalued in 1971.

In 1960, aluminium 1, 2 and 5 milim and brass 10, 20, 50 and 100 milim coins were introduced. The 1 and 2 milim were last issued in 1980 and 1983 respectively, and are no longer legal tender.

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1960-1996 - 5 Millimes
Source: chiefacoins.com

KM#282
5 millim.
Weight: 1.50g [1.50g].
Metal: Aluminum.
Diameter: 24.00 mm.
Edge: Reeded.
Alignment: Coin.
Mint: N/A.
Obverse: "البنك المركزي التونسي" (Central Bank of Tunisia) in Arabic at the top. Oak tree in the center. Date at the bottom.
Reverse: Numeral "5" value in center with sprigs on both sides. "خمسة مليمات" (Five Millim) at the bottom. Mintage: N/A. Minted Years: 1960, 1983, 1993 and 1996.

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Tunisia 5 Millimes
Source: en.numista.com

KM# 282
Features
Country Tunisia
Years 1960-1996
Value 5 Millimes (0.005 TND)
Metal Aluminium
Weight 1.5 g
Diameter 23.97 mm
Thickness 1.51 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Coin alignment ↑↓
Demonetized yes
edge: Reeded

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Tunisia Olive Tree Coin Reverse

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Olive tree on the back of Tunisia coin's.

Olive tree as found on the 1, 2 and 5 Millim coins of Tunisia. The olive tree is a symbol of Tunisian agriculture. The image was made from an image of a coin. [3]

Olive Growing In Tunisia

Tunisia is the most important olive-growing country of the southern Mediterranean region; over 30% of its cultivated land is dedicated to olive growing (1.68 million ha). Tunisia’s olive resources are estimated at over 65 million olive trees, grown on 1 680 000 ha, of which 75 000 ha are for certified organic crops. It is a source of employment for 269 000 or 57% of the country’s farmers and accounts for 45% of the agricultural exports, averaging 120 000 t per year. At a world level Tunisia is ranked fourth in terms of the number of olive trees and second in terms of acreage. [1]

Tunisia is one of the world's largest olive oil producers. Olive oil production plays a key role in the Mediterranean country's economy, employing more than 300,000 farmers and providing some sort of income to an estimated one million Tunisians. [2]

Top Exports - Tunisia - 2011 [4]

Commodity: Olive oil, virgin
Quantity: 100,294(tones)
Value: 285,866(1000 $)
Unit value: 2,850($/tonne)



Sources:
REF[1]sarrahuiles.com.tn
REF[2]cnn.com
REF[3]wbcc.fsnet.co.uk
REF[4]aostat.fao.org

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