Rp.1000 coins issued by Indonesian banks in the 90s were hunted by collectors
The one thousand rupiah coin depicting oil palm issued by Bank Indonesia in the 90s was bimetallic, a coin printed from two materials, namely a mixture of copper-nickel and brass in the middle.
In this currency, the front is illustrated with oil palm and nominal money. While on the back is printed a picture of an eagle and the year the money was spent.
One side has a picture of palm oil and the other has a picture of Garuda Pancasila with the year of publication. There are 6 years of emissions, namely 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 2000.
This coin has a weight of 8.61 grams and a diameter of 26 mm. Many foreign money collectors are after this money.