This month’s “Club” coin ... Uzbekistan 20 Tiyin. Tiyin (Cyrillic "тийин") is a unit of currency of Uzbekistan, equal to 1⁄100 of a som. The tiyin was also the name of a subunit of the Kazakhstani tenge until 1995. It is also said to be worth about 2,000 to 1 Penny. The Uzbeki Tiyin is the world's lowest value coin that was still legal tender until March 1st 2020, although in practice it was rarely found in circulation. A friend of mine looked this up and claims that in UNC condition, as mine seems to be, could be worth $6-$7 usd. on the market. That could of course ... be wrong. Crack me up.