Madagascar Coins

Welcome to Madagascar coin catalog collection, organized by the standard notation of the World Coin Catalog (#KM). Here, you will find detailed information and values for each coin, including its year of production, material, and current market value. To make your search even easier, you can filter by coin name in the top field. Discover the rich history and unique characteristics of 's coins and add to your collection today.

50 centimes (French Colony) from Madagascar

50 centimes (French Colony)

KM#1
Material: Bronze
Years: 1943

1 franc (French Colony) from Madagascar

1 franc (French Colony)

KM#2
Material: Bronze
Years: 1943

1 franc (French Colony) from Madagascar

1 franc (French Colony)

KM#3
Material: Aluminium
Years: 1948, 1958
Coin value: 1,62$ - 6,74$

2 francs (French Colony) from Madagascar

2 francs (French Colony)

KM#4
Material: Aluminium
Years: 1948

5 francs (French Colony) from Madagascar

5 francs (French Colony)

KM#5
Material: Aluminium
Years: 1953

10 francs (French Colony) from Madagascar

10 francs (French Colony)

KM#6
Material: Aluminium-bronze
Years: 1953

20 francs (French Colony) from Madagascar

20 francs (French Colony)

KM#7
Material: Aluminium-bronze
Years: 1953

1 franc (1/5 ariary) from Madagascar

1 franc (1/5 ariary)

KM#8
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1965, 1993, 2002, 1974, 1975, 1986, 1980, 1966, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989
Coin value: 0,44$ - 5,00$

2 francs (2/5 ariary) from Madagascar

2 francs (2/5 ariary)

KM#9
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1965, 1975, 1989, 1970, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988
Coin value: 1,00$ - 3,00$

5 francs (1 ariary) from Madagascar

5 francs (1 ariary)

KM#10
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1966, 1989, 1972, 1968, 1976, 1967, 1980, 1977
Coin value: 0,50$ - 1,24$

10 francs (FAO) from Madagascar

10 francs (FAO)

KM#11
Material: Aluminium-bronze
Years: 1970, 1989, 1987, 1972, 1971
Coin value: 0,54$ - 5,00$

10 francs (FAO) from Madagascar

10 francs (FAO)

KM#11a
Material: Copper plated steel
Years: 1991

20 francs (FAO) from Madagascar

20 francs (FAO)

KM#12
Material: Aluminium-bronze
Years: 1970, 1989, 1978, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988
Coin value: 0,14$ - 10,80$

10 ariary (FAO) from Madagascar

10 ariary (FAO)

KM#13
Material: Nickel
Years: 1978

10 ariary (FAO) from Madagascar

10 ariary (FAO)

KM#13b
Material: Copper-nickel
Years: 1983

20 ariary (FAO) from Madagascar

20 ariary (FAO)

KM#14
Material: Nickel
Years: 1978

20 ariary from Madagascar

20 ariary

KM#14b
Material: Copper-nickel
Years: 1983

20 ariary from Madagascar

20 ariary

KM#15
Material: Silver
Years: 1988

5 ariary from Madagascar

5 ariary

KM#17
Material:
Years: 1992

10 ariary from Madagascar

10 ariary

KM#18
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1992
Coin value: 1,02$ - 4,35$

20 ariary from Madagascar

20 ariary

KM#19
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1992

50 ariary from Madagascar

50 ariary

KM#20
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1992

5 francs (1 ariary) from Madagascar

5 francs (1 ariary)

KM#21
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1996
Coin value: 0,74$ - 1,77$

20 francs from Madagascar

20 francs

KM#22
Material: Copper plated steel
Years: 1996

5 ariary from Madagascar

5 ariary

KM#23
Material: Copper plated steel
Years: 1996
Coin value: 1,06$ - 1,90$

20 ariary from Madagascar

20 ariary

KM#24.1
Material: Nickel plated steel
Years: 1994

20 ariary from Madagascar

20 ariary

KM#24.2
Material: Nickel plated steel
Years: 1999

50 ariary from Madagascar

50 ariary

KM#25
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1996, 2005

50 ariary from Madagascar

50 ariary

KM#25.1
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1994

50 ariary from Madagascar

50 ariary

KM#25.2
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 2005

10 ariary from Madagascar

10 ariary

KM#27
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 1999

10 francs from Madagascar

10 francs

KM#28
Material: Bronze
Years: 2003, 2009

1 ariary from Madagascar

1 ariary

KM#29
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 2004, 2004, 2018

2 ariary from Madagascar

2 ariary

KM#30
Material: Copper plated steel
Years: 2003

10 ariary from Madagascar

10 ariary

KM#31
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 2016

50 ariary from Madagascar

50 ariary

KM#32
Material: Stainless steel
Years: 2016

Investing in Madagascar coins can be a great opportunity for coin collectors and investors alike. The rich cultural and historical heritage of Madagascar is reflected in its coins, making them unique and valuable collectibles.

One reason why Madagascar coins are attractive to investors is their rarity. Many Madagascar coins were produced in limited quantities, making them difficult to find and increasing their value. Additionally, the historical events and political changes that have taken place in Madagascar over the years have had a significant impact on its coin production, further adding to their rarity and collectibility.

Finally, the value of Madagascar coins is also influenced by their age and condition. Coins that are in excellent condition and date back to ancient times are often worth more than newer coins or those in poor condition.

In conclusion, investing in Madagascar coins can be a smart choice for coin collectors and investors who are looking for unique and valuable collectibles with a rich cultural and historical heritage.