Discussion in 'World Coins' started by tmoneyeagles, Nov 28, 2009.
Both are 1 Franc Coins, one being a 1903 B the other being a 1939 B.
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Don't have a definite answer... measured them myself and they are two and three-fifths centimeters in diameter.
If that is true than I was off just a tad
two and three fifths centimeters = 26 millimeters
Hey I converted it to mm... Just didn't have the right measurement..
or 26 mm .026 m. I wasn't trying to be a nit by saying that though.
Yeah, in the US the standard system seems so easy for us, and we wonder why everyone else in the world uses metric :mouth:
I thought the same thing! It was a mixture of metric and U.S. measurements! :mouth:
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It shall be called Amerimetric.
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I don't know about that. I am an American, but I have never understood "standard". Metric has always been easier and better for me. shrugs shoulders
Nice coins BTW.
:thumb: I agree with that.
Then again, even in the metric world we sometimes have "inch" screens and "ounce" coins ...
Those two silver 1 fr coins are not legal tender any more, by the way. But even the current pieces have more or less the same size and look.
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