The akşa was the currency of the Tuvan People's Republic (Tannu-Tuva) between 1934 and 1944. It was subdivided into 100 kɵpejek (cf. kopeck). Akşa in the Tuvan language (akça in many other Turkic languages) simply means "money".
Banknote of the Tannu Tuva 1 akşa (obverse)
|Plural||The language(s) of this currency do(es) not have a morphological plural distinction.|
|Banknotes||1, 3, 5, 10, 25 akşa|
|Coins||1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 kɵpejek|
|User(s)||Tuvan People's Republic|
|Central bank||Central Bank of Tannu Tuva|
This infobox shows the latest status before this currency was rendered obsolete.
Prior to the introduction of the akşa, Tuva issued overprinted Russian and Soviet banknotes. The first series (issued in 1924) was overprinted with denominations in lan, with the number of lan equal to the face value of the (otherwise obsolete) Russian notes. The second series (issued 1933) carried overprints on Soviet notes in rubles and chervonets.
Coins were issued in 1934 in denominations of 1-, 2, 3-, 5-, 10-, 15 and 20 kɵpejek, a Tuvanized name for the Russian kopeck, with banknotes issued in 1935 and 1940 in denominations of 1 to 25 akşa. The names kɵpejek and akşa are spelled in Jaꞑalif.
On the reverse - the nominal number and in words, the year of issue.
|Herd||Year of issue|
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Ratio: at par
|Currency of Tuva
1935 – 1944
Reason: annexation by the U.S.S.R.
Ratio: 1 akşa = 1 Soviet ruble
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