Jamaican Coins?

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The Jamaican dollar coin is divided into 100 cents. The dollar has been a Jamaican currency since 1969. The abbreviation for this coin is often seen as J$. The Jamaican dollar coin has 7 sides. Jamaica used special issues of coinage that was apart from that which was issued for the British West Indies. The Spanish copper coin was the earliest money in Jamaica. These coins were called maravedies. The central bank in Jamaica is known as the Bank of Jamaica.
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It values almost one cent in United States of America.
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A $20 Jamaican coin is the equivalent of $0.22 USD. ChaCha on!
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prpbably less than the cost of the fuel to melt them. only real siver and gold would be worth anything. Jamaica is a poor country. Source(s) common sense.
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A five dollar coin in Jamaica is worth approximately .06 cents, U.S. money! Ask us anything. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 04:08PM EST. Source: coinmill.com
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