Ang Aserbayanong manat (Aseri: Azərbaycan manatı; ISO 4217 kodigo: AZN) ay ang nasyonal na salapi ng bansang Aserbayan. Nahahati ito sa 100 Kepik (Aseri: qəpik). Ang salitang manat ay may kahulugan sa Ingles na money o sa Tagalog ay salapi o pera. Ang Bangko Sentral ng Aserbayan ang may karapatang mangasiw ang alhatng salapi na umiikot sa buong bansa.

BaryaBaguhin

Kasalukuyang Barya (2006-Kasalukuyan)
Talaksan Halaga Teknikal na Parameter Deskripsiyon Taon ng Unang
Dyametro Bigat Komposisyon Gilid Tagiliran Baligtarin Maggawa ng Salapi Isyu
  1 qəpik 16.25 mm 2.8 g Copper plated steel Plain Theme: Culture
traditional instruments used in performing modal music-mugham
Map of Azerbaijan, country name, value 2006 January 2006
  3 qəpik 18.00 mm 3.45 g Grooved Theme: Writing and Literature
  5 qəpik 19.75 mm 4.58 g Reeded Theme: History
Maiden Tower
  10 qəpik 22.25 mm 5.25 g Brass plated steel Notched
(Spanish flower)
Theme: Karabakh
  20 qəpik 24.25 mm 6.6 g Segmented reeding Theme: Education and Future
  50 qəpik 25.5 mm 7.7 g Inner ring: brass plated steel

Outer ring: stainless steel

Theme: Economy and Progress

Salaping papelBaguhin

Kasalukuyang Salaping Papel (2006–Kasalukuyan)
Talaksan Halaga Dyametro Pangunahing Kulay Deskripsiyon Taon ng Unang
Tagiliran Baligtarin Tagiliran Baligtarin Pagkalimbag Isyu
    1 manat 120 × 70 mm Grey Theme: Culture

Azerbaijani folk music instruments (daf, kamancheh, tar)

Ornaments of ancient Azerbaijani carpets 2005
2009
January 2006
    5 manat 127 × 70 mm Orange Theme: Writing and literature

Ancient writers, poets, and books from Azerbaijan, with a written excerpt of the national anthem and letters from the contemporary Azerbaijani alphabet

Rock drawings of Gobustan, samples of Old Turkic script
    10 manat 134 × 70 mm Blue Theme: History

Old Baku, the Palace of the Shirvanshahs and the Maiden Tower against a background of the Icheri Sheher wall

Ornaments of ancient Azerbaijani carpets 2005 March 2006
    20 manat 141 × 70 mm Green Theme: Karabakh

Signs of power (a sword, a helmet and a shield)

Symbol of peace (harybulbul)
    50 manat 148 × 70 mm Yellow Theme: History and future

Youth, stairs (as a symbol of progress), the sun (as a symbol of force and light) and chemical and mathematical symbols (as signs of science)

Ornaments of ancient Azerbaijani carpets April 2006
    100 manat 155 × 70 mm Mauve Theme: Economy and development

Architectural symbols from antiquity up to today, the manat currency symbol ( ) and symbols of economic growth

Ornaments of ancient Azerbaijani carpets
Standard banknote table notice
Tagiliran Baligtarin Deskripsiyon
    1 manat (2009)
    5 manat (2009)



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