|Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի դրամ (in Armenian)|
2 dram banknote (obverse)
|Banknotes||2 dram, 10 dram|
|Freq. used||50 luma, 1 dram, 5 dram|
|User(s)||Republic of Artsakh (alongside Armenian dram)|
|Central bank||Republic of Artsakh Ministry of Finance|
(Austria State Printing House)
|Pegged with||Armenian dram|
Five different coins have also been issued, all also dated 2004. They are two aluminum 50 luma coins featuring a horse and a leaping antelope, three aluminum 1 dram coins featuring a wildcat, a pheasant and St. Gregory the illuminator, and two aluminum-bronze 5 dram coins featuring the cathedral in the town of Shushi and the Stone Head Monument. A new series of coins was issued in 2013, and consists of two 50 luma coins featuring a horse and antelope, three 1 dram coins depicting a leopard, wolf and pheasant and two five dram coins showing a bear and a capricorn.
2 and 10 dram banknotes have been issued, bearing the date 2004 and printed by Österreichische Staatsdruckerei (Austria State Printing House).
|Value||Main Colour||Images||Description||Date of|
|2 dram||Red||Gandzasar Cathedral of Saint of John the Baptist in Madakert district, Saint Gregory the Illuminator||Bas-relief Christian cross and John the Baptist baptizing Jesus Christ||2004||2004|
|10 dram||Green||Jesus holding gospels and raising hand in benediction, Dadivank monastery in Shahumian district||Ancient Hudaferin bridge, wine barrel with a bunch of grapes, Karabakh carpet||2004||2004|
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