Kyat

  • (noun): The basic unit of money in Myanmar.

Some articles on kyat, kyats:

Burmese Kyat - History - Third Kyat, 1952-
... The present kyat was introduced on 1 July 1952 ... Decimalization also took place, with the kyat subdivided into 100 pya ...
Burmese Kyat - Coins - Third Kyat
... In 1956, coins were introduced for 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 pyas and 1 kyat ... the same obverse figure of the Chinthe from the Second kyat coins and the same reverse design, with the value of the coin in Myanmar writing and numerals surrounded by ... Plain Value (digit),Value (writing), year of minting, Myanmar flower designs 1 ... kyat 30.5 mm 11.65 g Copper-nickel Plain Value (digit),Value (writing), year of minting, Myanmar flower designs ...
Burmese Kyat - Banknotes - Third Kyat
... of the decimal system in which 1 kyat was decimalized into 100 pyas ... On February 12, 1958, the Union Bank of Burma introduced the first kyat notes, in denominations of 1, 5, 10 and 100 kyats ... Later on August 21, 1958, 20 and 50 kyats notes were introduced ...
Burmese Kyat - Coins - First Kyat
... pe), 1 mat (4 pe), 5 mu (10 pe) and 1 kyat, with gold 1 pe and 1 mu ... Further gold goins were issued in 1866 for 1 pe, 2½ mu and 1 kyat, with 5 mu issued in 1878 ...
Burmese Kyat - Banknotes - Second Kyat
... The Burma State Bank issued notes for 1, 5, 10 and 100 kyat in 1944, followed by a further issue of 100 kyat notes in 1945 ... Obverse Reverse Watermark K1 109 × 63 mm Blue Peacock and "1 kyat" written in Myanmar with rising sun in background Mandalay Royal Palace "Bamar" written in Myanmar language embedded in guilloch ...