Belgium, Set of Six Francs

Although Belgium was created in 1830, it was not until 1886 that coinage started carrying text in Flemish. It would take even longer till coins were routinely minted with both languages. We can offer you a series of six Belgian 1 franc coins spanning the period between 1950 and 2001 when the franc was replaced by the euro. The first 2 have the head of Ceres on the reverse and circulated between 1950 and 1988, followed by 2 with the image of King Baudouin (1989-1993) and then his brother King Albert II (1994-2001). There are two of each coin type showing the country name and denomination in French (Belgique/franc) and Dutch (België/frank).
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SKU: FBL7001
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