Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Collecting Nut, Jan 23, 2021.
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@physics-fan3.14 collects Marocan coins.
That I do indeed!
The coin shown above is a circulated example of KM Y#44. I'd call it VF/EF. It is 10 francs, minted in AH1366 (1945AD) in Paris, 20 million made, copper-nickel. These are quite common in circulated grades, so value is around $1.
Thanks, very helpful and nice to know.
Different versions of the flag have had a five-pointed star, a six-pointed star resembling the Star of David/Seal of Solomon, and an eight-pointed star made of two overlapping squares as seen on your coin's reverse.
Here's one with the Seal of Solomon (AH 1289 = AD 1872):
They almost always have a flat spot on the rim where they were removed from the casting tree (1:00 position on the reverse of this one).
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