"Artistic gymnast" | silver coin

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Series 100 Years Olympic Movement Austria

In 1995, two 200-shilling commemorative coins were released to commemorate "100 Years of the Olympic Movement in Austria", also known as "IOC coins". This silver coin shows a lot of details - an artistic gymnast, engrossed in her sport. The reverse is rather plain to this and shows the words "200 Schilling 1995 Republic of Austria".

The coin is sold incl. capsule and associated certificate.

 

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Weight 0.03363 kg
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Material

Silver

Fine weight

31,11g

Series

Weight

33,63g

Item Number: ATS200PPKU Categories: , , ins, Silver

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