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Vanishing Silver Dollars of Western Europe

THE VANISHING SILVER DOLLARS OF WESTERN EUROPE
A collection which represents the ultimate in minting excellence from France, Belgium and West Germany.

FRANCE
The 50 Franc "Liberte Egalite Fraternite" issued from 1974 through 1980, was the last and largest coin authorized by the government of France. Struck in .900 fine silver, measuring a large 40mm in diameter and weighing 30 grams, it bears a classic design by Augustin Dupre which first appeared on French coinage in 1793.
The coin in this collect is from 1977.

BELGIUM
The 100 Franc "Four Kings", issued from 1948 through 1954, was Belgium's last large 100 Franc silver coin issued for circulation. Struck in .835 fine silver, measuring 32mm in diameter and weighing 18 grams, the coin features the four sovereigns who ruled Belgium from its date of independence in 1830 through the coin's first year of issue in 1948.
The coin in this collection is from 1954.

WEST GERMANY
The 10 Mark "Olympic", issued in 1972, is the only "crown-sized" silver coin authorized by the Wet German Government. Struck in .625 fine silver, measuring 32.5mm in diameter and weighing 15.5 grams, the "Olympic" coin was a special, legal tender commerative issued to finance the 1972 Olympic Games at Munich.
The coin in the collection is from 1972

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Item #: 16
Price: $125.00 (CAD)
Status: Available
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Number in stock: 1
Location: Vancouver, BC Canada
Last update: 10 years ago
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