Chile, 1 Peso 1933 Very Fine

From Chile we offer a 1933 1 Peso coin, which was the year that Chile replaced their Silver coins with cupro nickel. This coin features the Andean Condor (vulture) perched on a rock, the reverse depicts the denomination and date surrounded by a laurel wreath. The Andean Condor which inhabits the Andes is the national symbol of Chile and is also known as the Chilean Condor. This inexpensive cupro nickel coin is in Very Fine condition and should appeal to collectors interested in birds. Limited supplies.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FCL9905
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