• 1 Cent 1992-2007, KM# 98, Singapore
  • 1 Cent 1992-2007, KM# 98, Singapore
Obverse

Coat of arms of Singapore surrounded by the word "Singapore" in Singapore's four official languages (Malay, Chinese, English, and Tamil).

At the centre of the coat of arms is a red shield bearing a white crescent (a new moon, representing a rising young nation) and five white stars (representing various national ideals including multiculturalism), supported by a lion and a tiger (representing Singapore and Malaysia respectively); below them is a blue ribbon inscribed with Majulah Singapura in gold, Malay for "Onward Singapore". While the use of the coat of arms is restricted to the government, the symbol enjoys wide use on the national currency and state decorations, and appears on the cover of the national passport.

சிங்கப்பூர் SINGAPURA 新加坡
MAJULAH SINGAPURA
1994
SINGAPORE

Reverse

Two Singapore orchids around denomination.

Vanda 'Miss Joaquim' also known as the Singapore orchid and the Princess Aloha orchid is a hybrid orchid cultivar that is Singapore's national flower. For its resilence and year-round blooming quality, it was chosen on 15 April 1981 to represent Singapore's uniqueness and hybrid culture. Botanically, this plant has been transferred to the genus Papilionanthe.

Engraver: Christopher Ironside

ONE CENT
1

Edge

1 Cent

Ribbon downwards
KM# 98
Characteristics
Material Copper Plated Zinc
Weight 1.24 g
Diameter 15.9 mm
Thickness 1.1 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal

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