Aswingtonian Manat

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Manat
Official users Aswington
CodeASM
Sub-unitkopeck
Coins1, 5, 10, 20, 50 kopecks
Banknotes1, 5, 10, 20 manats
Central bankCentral Bank of Aswington

The manat is the currency of Aswington. The currency is divided into 100 kopecks.

Etymology

The word manat derived from the word "Moneta" (in latin: Monēta). In Roman mythology, was a title given to two separate goddesses: the goddess of memory, and was an epithet of Juno, called Juno Moneta. The latter's name is a source of numerous words in English and other European languages, including the words "money" and "mint".

The name was used as a designation for the Soviet ruble in the Azeri and Turkmen languages.

Coins

First series

Image Value Description
One Kopek.png 1 kopeck Coat of arms of Aswington; Value
Five Kopeks.png 5 kopecks
Ten Kopeks.png 10 kopecks
Twenty Kopeks.png 20 kopecks Coat of arms of Aswington; Value;
Three decorative vertical lines.
Fifty Kopeks.png 50 kopecks
All coins are minted and designed by the Central Bank of the Republic.

Commemorative Coins

Image Value Description
Obverse Reverse Obverse Reverse
Five Hundred Manats.png Five Hundred Manats (Reverse).png 500 manats Value;
Three decorative vertical lines.
Coat of arms of Aswington;
The national motto is located below the coat of arms;
Three decorative vertical lines.

Banknotes

First series

The first series of bills consists of 1, 5, 10 and 20 manat bills. The inclusion of 50 and 100 manat bills is planned. All banknotes were designed by the Central Bank of Aswington.

Image Value Main colour Description
One Manat Banknote.png 1 manat Light Blue Magnolia x soulangeana
Five Manats Banknote.png 5 manat Pink
Ten Manats Banknote.png 10 manat Blue Orchidaceae
Twenty Manats Banknote.png 20 manat Yellow

References

See also