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Live auction - fwo_538315 - LIECHTENSTEIN - PRINCIPALITY OF LIECHTENSTEIN - FRANCIS JOSEPH II 25 Franken 1956

LIECHTENSTEIN - PRINCIPALITY OF LIECHTENSTEIN - FRANCIS JOSEPH II 25 Franken 1956  MS
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Estimate : 400 €
Price : 260 €
Maximum bid : 333 €
End of the sale : 29 October 2019 17:40:33
bidders : 2 bidders
Type : 25 Franken
Date: 1956
Quantity minted : 17000
Metal : gold
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 18 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 5,65 g.
Rarity : R1
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : FRANZ. JOSEF. UND. GINA. VON. LIECHTENSTEIN.// 1956.
Obverse description : Leurs bustes accolés à gauche signé derrière GRINAUER.
Obverse translation : (François Joseph et Gina de Liechtenstein).

Reverse


Reverse legend : FURSTENTUM LIECHTENSTEIN// .25 FRANKEN..
Reverse description : Leurs armes couronnées.
Reverse translation : (Principauté du Liechtenstein).

Historical background


LIECHTENSTEIN - LIECHTENSTEIN - FRANCOIS JOSEPH II

(1938-1990)

Between Austria and Switzerland, the Principality of Liechtenstein has been independent since 1719. It is linked to Switzerland by a customs and monetary union since 1924. After having reigned forty-six years, Prince Franz Joseph II in 1989 yielded power to his son Hans-Adam. Liechtenstein is part of the European Economic Area since 1995.

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