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Indonesia currency history:

October 30, 1946, government change from Japan to Republic Indonesia, use ORI as new money.

 ORI is Oeang Republik Indonesia. (R is mean ORI)

 

January 1, 1950, Republic Indonesia (without West Irian)
 125 ORI = f 1 (1 Gulden)
 1 ORI = 50 Roepiah  Japan period (Java)
 1 ORI = 100 Roepiah Jepang (Japan period) (Sumatra)

since 1952 change to Rp (rupiah)

August 25, 1959
45 old money = 10000 old money = 10 new money
11,40/US$=45/US$

back to  '45 period, money and Dutch stamps should not used

December 13, 1965, time 20.00
old 1000 rupiah = new 1 rupiah
1 US$ = new 10 rupiah

October 30, 1966, all must count by new money

December 30, 1966, old money can't used

August 23, 1971 from Rp. 378/US$ change to 415/US$

November 15, 1978 from Rp. 415/US$ change to Rp. 625/US$
after this, used floating band exchange rate to US$

March 30, 1983 from Rp. 702,5/US$ change to Rp. 970

September 12, 1986 from Rp. 1134/US$ change to Rp. 1644/US$
after this, used floating band exchange rate with depreciation about 5% every year
until July 1997 change to free float

 

 

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