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CHILE - 5 Pesos 1927 - KM 17326 viewsObv: REPUBLICA DE CHILE, defiant condor on the Rock Left.
Rev: 5 CINCO PESOS 1927 within wreath.
Minted in Santiago de Chile

37 mm in diam. 25 g.
1 commentspierre_p7703/30/16 at 23:22Mat: Very nice
Sweden - Magnus Eriksson (1319-1363), penning - LL XXVIIIA:1a67 viewsE within radiate ring. Struck on one side only (brakteat).
Minted in Kalmar 1354-1363
0,30g, 15 mm in diam.

Ex. Bonde 1 nr 41.
1 commentspierre_p7706/02/15 at 22:15goranix: Nice!
Sweden - Gustav II Adolph (1611-1632), 2 ore "klippe" - SM 121117 viewsObv: Crowned G A R S (Gustavus Adolphus Rex Sveciae)
Rev: The Vasa family coat of arms with 2 OR on eighter side and the year 1626 below.

Minted in Sater or Nykoping 1626. These square coins where the first copper coins minted in Sweden, They were minted from 1624 - 1627, at first hammer -struck and from 1626 roller milled, as this example showed here.
1 commentspierre_p7703/27/13 at 20:07goranix: Nice coin.
Sweden - Carl (IX) as duke (1560-1599 (1604)), 2 mark - SM 2056 viewsObv: crowned CDS (Carolus Dux Sudermanniae), 2.M (2 mark) bellow.
Rev: the Vasa dynasty coat of arms surrounded by the year 1604.

Minted in Kalmar 1604.

This coin was struck for Carl as duke of Sodermanland (a Swedish province), a title he held between 1560-1599. After he had autmaneuvered his nephew Sigismund, the catholic king of Sweden and Poland, he was declared regent in 1600 but was not formally made king until 1604. Coins with the duke title was sporadically struck until 1604.
1 commentspierre_p7705/29/11 at 00:24Stkp: Fantastic! And so different from the usual postin...
Sweden - Gustaf IV Adolf (1792-1809), commemorative issue - SM 52b70 viewsObv: crowned royal monogram made of G IV A surrounded with three crowns.
Rev: D : 9. JULI in fields separated by two crossed arrows, crown above 1794 below.
Minted in Avesta 1794.
30.5 mm, 14,2g

Struck to commemorate the kings visit to the mint in Avesta 9 july 1794.
1 commentspierre_p7710/27/09 at 17:17kc: Super condition, very nice!
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