Discussion in 'World Coins' started by xGAJx, Feb 17, 2013.
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Austria 1877, 1 Florin, KM#2222, metal- .900 silver, mintage-13,963,000
grade/value from 2004 world coin catalog...probably more value now.
F-$5.00 VF-$8.00 XF-$13.00 UNC-$25.00
not sure what your coins grade is ? XF-AU ?
Awesome info! I'd like to think it's an AU because when you run it under the light it still has some remaining luster, but more realistically it's an XF
You inspired me to buy a few Vichy State occupation coins for my collection! I got these three for low price of $2.59 (USD) and shipping was free.
From an online dealer?? Or local shop? If from on line can you send me a link? Nice coins..and I'm always looking for Herman types..the ones I have are from WW2 era.
Let's leave de Gaulle out here. Both types were around during WW2. The Morlon type (Liberté etc.) was issued between 1931 and 1959, first in aluminum-bronze and then, as from 1941, in aluminum. The regime in Vichy issued the Bazor type (Travail etc.) in 1942-1944 ...
This one defies my efforts to get a decent picture, it's very attractive in hand. Prooflike fields and golden toning.
From my ancestral Homeland..nice...
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