Value: 20 Tetri
Weight: 4.95 g
Diameter: 25 mm
Thickness: 1.62 mm
Orientation: Coin alignment
Obverse: Borjgali, a Georgian symbol of the Sun with seven rotating wings, over the Christian Tree of Life. “REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA” shows in both Latin and Georgian caracters.
Lettering: საქართველოს რესპუბლიკა, 19 93, 20 თეთრი
Translation: REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA
Lettering: 20 თეთრი
Translation: 20 Tetri
Designers: Elguja Amashukeli, Nodar Malazonia, Bachana Malazonia
The stag (adult male deer) from the painting of Niko Pirosmanashvili (Pirosmani), famous Georgian painter, with the denomination numeral “20” on the left-hand side, and the legend “თეთრი” (tetri) underneath.
Tetri (Georgian: თეთრი) is a fractional currency used in the country of Georgia. It was put into circulation in 1995. The name tetri ("white") was adopted from the term describing golden, silver or copper coins known in ancient and medieval Georgia. Lari, the currency of Georgia is divided into 100 tetri. The name lari is an old Georgian word denoting a hoard, property, while tetri is an old Georgian monetary term (meaning 'white') used in ancient Colchis from the 6th century BC. Earlier Georgian currencies include the maneti and abazi.
Quantity: 1 (One)