One Leu - History

History

In the past, the denomination was also in the coin form. Most recently between 1960 and 2005.

Obverse Reverse
17 July 1920 1 leu issue
Obverse Reverse
1952 1 leu issue
Obverse Reverse
1966 1 leu issue


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