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Brunei's first coins were struck in a tin-lead alloy The earliest types with a
flowery design. These were followed by issues of sultans. Finally, coins bearing
the names of known Sultans were issued.
The first pitis issued in Brunei with a definite date was that issued by
Sultan Abdul Momin, who ruled from 1853 to 1885.in two denominations - ½ and 1
pitis .The last Sultan to issue his own coin was Sultan Hashim who issued the
"star coin" in 1886
The Coins of the Brunei dollar have changed through time along with Brunei
1, 5, 10, 20, and 50 sen were the first coins issued of the Brunei
dollar (or ringgit Brunei in Malay), wich was divided into 100 cents
Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah acceded to the throne upon the abdication of his father
in late 1967.Commemorative coins of $1 through to $1,000 were struck
in this period the same denominations as the 1967 coinage were retained
later the title of the Sultan was changed to SULTAN HASSANAL BOLKIAH when Brunei
became a fully independent member of the Commonwealth of Nations .Later a
new portrait depicting the Sultan was adopted and the title of the Sultan is now
given as SULTAN HAJI HASSANAL BOLKIAH
The first series of 1 sen,
5 sen, 10 sen, 20 sen, 50 sen, followed by the 1 ringgit
coin where issude in the sixties.. All coins were
minted from cupronickel, except the 1 sen coin, which was
first composed from bronze and then by steel clad with
copper. The 50 sen coin is the only coin in the series to
undergo a redesign1 to include "Bank
Negara Malaysia" letterings.
The second series of sen coins was issued in late eighties with redesigned observes and reverses, Changes include the inclusion of a Chinese
hibuscus (Malay: Bunga Raya), the national flower of Malaysia, and the depiction of items solely of Malay culture on the
The 1 ringgit coin is the only coin to have received a total revision. but was
demonetised and withdrawn from circulation in the year 2000.
Three denominations of gold bullion coins, the "Kijang Emas" (the kijang, a
species of deer, being part of Bank Negara Malaysia's logo) were launched on July 17, 2001 by Bank Negara Malaysiaare at the face value of RM 50, RM 100 and RM 200.but
with reselling price determined by the prevailing international
gold market price.