Spain, 25c (Civil War) 1937 GEF-UNC

Perhaps the man who made the Spanish Civil War famous in the West was Ernest Hemingway. He not only took part in the conflict, but also wrote about it and it was that writing that brought it to our attention. Today Spain is almost on the brink of another Civil War with parts of the country trying to split off and gain independence. This 25 Centavo was issued in 1937, it has a group of arrows tied in a bow on one side and arms of Spain on the other side. Today this coin is 84 years old and in a very high grade. I have graded them Good Extremely Fine , but some dealers would call them uncirculated. I prefer to grade the coin properly so you are happy when it arrives. Another interesting point, is that the coin has a hole in the middle and was actually struck in Vienna! High quality and low prices make an interesting coin even more interesting…
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Coins of Spain issued during the Civil War are known as Republic issues 1931-1939. We have come across a wonderful group of Brilliant Uncirculated 25 Centimos of 1938. These Spanish coins were only struck for one year and issued with a hole in the centre to distinguish it from the higher denomination. Chain links on one side and the value on the other side. The current catalogue value is $25.00 in mint state 63 condition and these coins are that grade or higher. They are real Brilliant Uncirculated coins and over 80 years old.
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