Bangladesh Bank has expanded the costs of a wide range of memorial coins made of gold, silver and bronze, powerful from Monday. Because of the expansion in the costs of gold, silver and bronze in the global and nearby business sectors, these monetary standards have been revalued.
Bangladesh Bank in a roundabout on Monday informed the cost increment of dedicatory coins. It has been said that the cost of three separate 10 gram gold coins made on the event of Worldwide Mother Language Day-2000, Father of the Country Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman’s introduction to the world century and Freedom Brilliant Celebration 1971-2021 has been expanded by a limit of Tk 3,000. Subsequently, the new cost of the coins expanded from 75 thousand taka to 78 thousand taka. On the event of Bangladesh Freedom Silver Celebration 1996 and Bangladesh Bank Silver Celebration 1996, the cost of silver coin weighing 31.47 grams has been expanded from Tk 4,000 to Tk 5,000.
In 1998, the cost of 30 gram silver and bronze coins was expanded from Tk 4,000 to Tk 5,000, besides on the event of the initiation of the Bangabandhu Scaffold. The cost of the 25 gram silver coin stamped on the event of Bangladesh’s 40th triumph commemoration and 90 years of ‘Bidrohi’ sonnet has been expanded by Tk 1,000 to Tk 5,000. But on the event of 1500th birth commemoration of the world writer Rabindranath Tagore in 2011, the cost of 21.10 gram silver coin has additionally been expanded by 1000 to 5000 taka.
The cost of 30 gram silver coin delivered on the event of ICC Cricket World Cup Bangladesh 2011 has been expanded from Tk 4 thousand to Tk 5 thousand. On the event of the century of Bangladesh Public Historical center 1913-2013, the cost of 22 gram silver coins brought to the market has been expanded by Tk 1,000 to Tk 5,000.
The cost of the 30 gram silver coin gave on the event of the birth centennial of Father of the Country Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman and the brilliant celebration of freedom 1971-2021 has likewise been expanded from Tk 4,000 to Tk 5,000.
Aside from this, the cost of the 20 gram silver coin delivered on the event of 50 years of Bangladesh-Japan conciliatory relations has been expanded by Tk 500 to Tk 5,500.
Dedicatory coins are non-debatable, for example they can be exchanged like paper notes or metal coins. Individuals purchase these currencies predominantly for assortment, which are accessible just in Bangladesh Bank head office and branch workplaces.