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E-auction 364-277885 - SAN MARINO Coin-Card / Timbre 50 Cent - ÉGLISE DES CAPUCINS 2012 Rome

SAN MARINO Coin-Card / Timbre 50 Cent - ÉGLISE DES CAPUCINS 2012 MS
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Estimate : 15 €
Price : 16 €
Maximum bid : 16 €
End of the sale : 06 April 2020 18:17:00
bidders : 5 bidders
Type : Coin-Card / Timbre 50 Cent - ÉGLISE DES CAPUCINS
Date: 2012
Mint name / Town : Roma
Quantity minted : nc
Metal : copper nickel
Diameter : 24,25 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 7,8 g.
Edge : Larges cannelures
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Commentary


Série touristique en hommage aux beautés architecturales de Saint-Martin comprenant un timbre de 65 cents Église des Capucins ainsi que la pièce de 50 centimes représentant les trois tours de San Marin, Guaita, Cesta et Montale.

Historical background


SAN MARINO

(XIIIe- nos jours)

The small republic of San Marino, south of Rimini, is free from the thirteenth century. In the fifteenth century, it gives a Grand Council of sixty members recruited from the nobility and the bourgeoisie. In the nineteenth century it was a stronghold for revolutionaries and it is placed under the protection of the new Italian kingdom in 1862, which respects its independence. The members of the Grand Council are elected for four years by universal suffrage (introduced in 1909), two of them exercise executive power as the Captains Regent for six months.

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