Uzbekistani coins are issued in som and tiyin (1 som = 100 tiyin). Since the country’s independence in 1991, there was a brief period when old Russian rubles were still used in Uzbekistan; these were replaced with the som in 1993 though no coins were issued, as it was a transitional currency.
In 1994 Uzbekistan introduced the “second som” and coins were minted. There have been two series of coins; the first features the name of the country in Cyrillic (Ўзбекистон) while the second, current series used the English alphabet.
Uzbek proof coins for collectors exist as well.
Older Uzbekistan-related currency
Khwarazm used the tenga (divided into 10 falus) before 1876, and for a few years in the early part of the twentieth century. Bukhara used the tenga, divided into 100 falus, until 1920. Kokand used the tenga, pul, and tilla before 1876.
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