San Marino 1996 Mysic Bi-metallic

This bi-metallic coin was issued by one of the smallest nations on earth, San Marino. It has a mystic face of Hegel in a triangle on one side a man contemplating a flame on the other side. The man’s head is made up of a globe of the world. This 500 Lire coin was issued in 1996 and is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. It has a stainless steel ring and an aluminium-bronze center. The edge is part milling part plain. Overall this is a very interesting coin.
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SKU: FSM9909
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