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Iraqi Dinar

The Iraqi Dinar is the official currency of Iraq. The first Iraqi Dinar was introduced into circulation in 1932, replacing the Indian Rupee that had been in use since World War I. The Iraqi Dinar was given a value of 1 Iraqi Dinar for every 11 Indian Rupees. At the time, the Iraqi Dinar was worth the equivalent of 1 Great British Pound.

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In 1959, this was changed to the rate of 1 Iraqi Dinar being equal to $2.80 United States Dollars. During the Gulf War in 1991, the Swiss printing of the Iraqi Dinar was no longer available due to UN sanctions. Due to this, a new, inferior Iraqi Dinar note was issued. The older Iraqi Dinar notes were now called Swiss Dinar notes, and continued to be used in the Kurdish regions of Iraq. Due to sanctions placed on Iraq by the United States and the international community, along with excessive printing of these inferior Iraqi Dinar notes, the Iraqi Dinar quickly devalued to 3000 Iraqi Dinar per $1 United States Dollar. Following the deposition of Saddam Hussein and the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the new Iraqi Governing Council continued to print the Saddam Iraqi Dinar notes as a sort of stopgap measure to maintain the Iraqi Dinar supply until a new Iraqi Dinar could be designed and printed. Between October 2003 and the beginning of 2004, the Coalition Provisional Authority issued new Iraqi Dinar notes and Iraqi Dinar coins.

The new Iraqi Dinar notes were produced by De La Rue using modern techniques to help ensure that the new Iraqi Dinar could not be forged. This helped to create a single, unified Iraqi Dinar currency to be used throughout all of Iraq, and to make the Iraqi Dinar easier to use by the average Iraqi. The current exchange rate in Iraq is 1200 Iraqi Dinar per $1 United States Dollar.

There is currently speculation that the Iraqi Dinar will be revalued higher than that number, and due to that there are people that invest in the new Iraqi Dinar. Due to this, there is a market in the US for Iraqi Dinar notes. The Iraqi Dinar notes currently come in the following denominations: 50 Iraqi Dinar notes, 250 Iraqi Dinar notes, 500 Iraqi Dinar notes, 1000 Iraqi Dinar notes, 5000 Iraqi Dinar notes, 10000 Iraqi Dinar notes, and the largest denomination Iraqi Dinar note is the 25,000 Iraqi Dinar note.



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As a first timer in selling, I was a bit apprehensive. I did not know what to expect and was a little worried about a previous reviewers comments. Yes the office was stark and clinical. The staff however, more than made up for any downfall in the decor. Very helpful, polite and understanding to any ‘silly’ questions that were asked. All in all a pleasant experience, and one that should the opportunity arise I would go through again!

Marie G.

My friend and I came here to sell some coins and jewelry. We first saw Scott about some coins. He was very friendly and knew his stuff. Afterwards, he brought us over to Sheila who looked at our jewelry. She was also very nice and professional. We will definitely come back here again. GREAT PLACE!!!!

Susanne T.

While vacationing in Las Vegas I did what a lot of people do I’m sure or at least that’s what I’m telling my wife ..I blew through the money I brought a little quicker than expected and I ended up having to shop my Rolex around to several dealers to save the trip. So I looked online for places, most offers over the phone were low and that’s if they would even quote me in the first place. I spoke to a guy at Nevada Coin and Jewelry who gave me a fair ball park price and a reasonable explanation as to why his number couldn’t be solid. Went down expecting to get the lower number and in fact Robert their Rolex expert said my Rolex was a better model then I had described. He paid me a higher number than he quoted. Thanks for saving my vacation guys.

Weldon O.

Been living in Vegas for many years and never had to sell or hock any of my items unfortunately as luck would have it that day did eventually find me and let me tell you is it a tough racket to find a decent place out here to do business with. Pawn shops are a joke and could care less about their customers and treated me like another number. Tried and tried and place after place the numbers where all over the place. Finally decided to go to these guys and I’m glad I did. They tested each piece of my jewelry right in from of me with some kind of xray machine. They explained how they calculated the price and paid me cash on the spot. Avery was very helpful and didn’t mind answering my questions and explaining what they do. I left feeling I got the best price for my items. I would recommend them to anyone looking to sell their jewelry.

Christian M.

A great selection of coins and other numismatic related material. Very professional.

Professional, friendly staff. Knowledgeable and fair. An interesting experience and would definitely visit again.

Gail B.

The staff are quick at work but not too quick to make you feel pressured into buying items or selling your items. They teach you about the items and tell you if they have use for your items or not. If they don’t have use for your items they call other places to see if they have a use for the items. Great staff!


What inspired me to go to NV Coin and Jewelry was I was an ad on the TV for the shop. I was not too sure about going to NV Coin and Jewelry to sell my jewelry because I have been to many other pawn shops but haven’t found a good deal for my jewelry. After I went to Nevada Coin and Jewelry it was a big relief for me selling my jewelry for a good price.


What friendly staff. They help you sell your items even if they don’t have a use for it by calling other shops around the area to see if they could use it… They want you to have the best out come from selling your items. I was so happy I decided to go to them!


Grateful for the Nevada Coin and Jewelry shop, I just adore it. I took some collectable figurines in and they bought them. I came out smelling like a rose. You should’ve been there to see the big smile on my face. I ran all the way home to look for some more. Can’t wait to get back! I can sure use the money!


A.J. and Robert are so friendly and make it so you have the best deal with the items you bring them. They have so much knowledge about all the items they have in their shop and they like to teach others about what they know…


I am a brazilian and had the chance to deal with Nevada Coin. I was there to sell some gold coins and they paid me the best price I could fetch in Las Vegas. They are professional, courteous and trustworthy. Before visiting their premises I got a tentative appraisal by phone which I found reasonable. In the shop the attendant offered to approach the manager to get me a (gasp) BETTER price. Do yourself a favor and don’t bother talking to their rude and unprofessional competitors. They will treat you like a moron and quote prices accordingly. For Nevada Coin, five Stars all the way.