Monetary System


Circulating Coins
1 dollar = 100 cents

Mintmarks on commemorative proof coins and medallions only

Cent(s): 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 / Dollar: 1

All the coins have a reverse bearing the Singapore coat of arms and the word "Singapore" in the nation's four official languages.

Established in March 1968, the Singapore Mint is a government-linked mint of Singapore. Since its inception, the Mint has struck almost the complete series of Singapore's circulating coins for the Board of Commissioners of currency The Mint has produced coins and medallions for more than a dozen countries worldwide. In addition to coins, the Mint produces military medals, civilian decorations, service awards, corporate souvenirs and minted jewelry items. All gold products are assayed by the Singapore Assay Office, which is recognized by the London Gold Market.

The Singapore Mint is a young concern with fresh ideas and it's proud to have received international recognition as one of the world's leading manufacturers of coins and medallions. In recent years, we have introduced new and innovative products, such as gold insert, latent image and minted color medallions.

For further information, contact The Marketing Manager, The Singapore Mint, 20 Teban Gardens Crescent, Singapore 608928. Internet: