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- Mongolia, Republic
- Ulan Bator
- of 1 564 116 sq. km
- a Khalkha, Mongolian (state), Turkic, Russian
- MN (MNG) 496
Till 1921 in the country it has not been positioned national monetary unit. Within the Mongolian National Republic in circulation there were Chinese, Russian (pre-revolutionary), English, American both other paper moneys and the coins decanted from gold and silver. In 1926 the national monetary unit of Mongolia - togrog which makes 100 mongos has been confirmed.
Now denominations participate in a country money turnover of denomination of 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000, 5000, 10000, 20000 togrogs. On notes in nominal value from 10 to 100 togrogs, on face side the portrait of Suhe-Bator, the chief of the Mongolian National revolution of 1921, and on notes of higher nominal values - Genghis Khan portrait, the founder and the great khan of the Mongolian empire is represented. Denominations of 2005 and manufactured before a denomination practically do not differ on appearance. The difference consists only that on denominations of a series of 2005 there is a modified protective thread. In 2010 (dating of notes-) in Mongolia denominations covered with a polymeric film began to manufacture 2009. Now in circulation there are only notes. There are anniversary coins which, as a rule, are a subject of numismatical collections. At ready cashes these coins are not accepted.
The very first togrogs were manufactured in Leningrad, they have been decanted from silver and 20 In 1971 in Berlin weighed the memorable togrog made of a bronzovo-aluminium alloy has been rapped out. It has been manufactured occasionally 50-tiletija victories of the Mongolian Popular front. Subsequently other anniversary coins of denomination of 10, 25, 50 and 750 togrogs were manufactured also.
From time to time the word "togrog" is used for a designation of a foreign exchange which is not is hard.
It is updated 04.2012