The current series shows the Singapore coat of arms on the obverse, and a floral theme on the reverse.
Five cents, 1995
Reverse: fruit salad plant
10 cents, 1986
Reverse: star jasmine plant above value
1 dollar, 1989
Reverse: periwinkle flower
Using elements from the national flag, the Singapore coat of arms symbolizes the current state and honours its cultural links with Malaysia.
The Symbolism: The central emblem of the coat of arms is a red shield with five white stars resting above a white crescent. The crescent and five stars are also used on the Singapore flag and other various national symbols. The symbolism of the red colour, along with the white crescent and stars is the same as that of the national flag. The supporters of the shield are a lion and a tiger; the tiger symbolizes the historical connections to Malaysia, and the lion symbolizes Singapore. Below the supporters is a blue ribbon with the national motto, "Majulah Singapura" written in gold. This means "onward Singapore" in Malay. This is also the title of the national anthem of Singapore.