The Swiss Confederation is a very interesting country with a rich history and culture. Moreover, it is one of the few countries in Europe that have kept their national currency and not adopted the Euro. Perhaps that is why many collectors and numismatists collect coins of Switzerland.
The Official currency of Switzerland is the Swiss franc, which was introduced in 1798 he was Soon discontinued and resumed only in 1850, Then the coins of Switzerland, although the production of metal coins in the country were before.
The Swiss franc is divided into one hundred Rappenau. To date, the Central Bank of Switzerland produces coins of five, ten and twenty Rappenau. There are also metal worth a half franc, one franc, two and five. The coin in two Rappen ceased to be minted in 1974, and in 2006 ceased production of coins worth one Rappen.
5 Rappenau Coin made of alloy of aluminium, copper and Nickel. Everyone else, excluding commemorative and jubilee, are made from an alloy of copper and Nickel in the ratio of 750 to 250. On the reverse of coins of five, ten and twenty Rappenau depicted is the denomination framed by a wreath, and on the obverse is the allegorical image of a human head and the words Swiss Confederation in Latin.
The coins of 0.5 franc, one and two francs on the reverse is depicted the face value, around which a wreath, the obverse decorated with the image of standing woman with shield, flag and spear. It is an allegory to "helvetsiya", which is the personified symbol of Switzerland. Around helvetsiya 22 stars.
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Coin 5 francs (Switzerland) depicts on the obverse the image of the national literary hero of the country of William tell. Also on the front side there is the inscription - Swiss Confederation in Latin. The reverse shows us the coat of arms of the country, framed by stems of the flowers of Edelweiss, and gentian.
Collectors often intentionally collected the Swiss money, but the interest is still there. Buy coins Switzerland you can easily even in Russia. Of course, not every antique shop or specialist outlet is Swiss. But there are many online stores where you can easily purchase coins of Switzerland. The price is usually not too high. Ordinary coin worth 5 Rappenau will cost you only 20-30 rubles. The cost varies depending on the year of issue and degree of preservation.
Also the price is influenced by its value and the circulation of the issue. Thus, the commemorative coins of Switzerland, which are issued periodically, will cost much higher than normal, chechnyawas regularly and in large volumes. For example, the commemorative coins issued for the centenary of Le Corbusier in 1987, in Russia you can buy for about 500-600 rubles. Roughly the same will cost and other commemorative coins, minted in the 80s.
The older the coin, the higher its cost. This is due to the antique value as well as the fact that the longer a coin is in circulation, the harder it is to find them. Rarity adds amount to the price. The cost is determined individually. It makes a qualified specialist who makes the price, guided by a number of factors. A skilled collector can determine the value of the coins of Switzerland, but in this case, a high probability of an incorrect assessment.
The Commemorative coins of Switzerland are issued though, but it happens irregular. Most often the value of them: ten, twenty and fifty Swiss francs. In 2005 it published a series of bimetallic desyatiraundovy coins, on which was a picture of the Jungfrau mountain. In 2009 she published another series in the denomination of 10 francs, which portrayed the Swiss national Park.
In 2007 were minted batch of commemorative coins with the image of the fortress Mouton. The face value of them was equal to 20 francs. In 2004 was released the coin 50 francs, they were portrayed by the Matterhorn.
The Coins of Switzerland, though not in extremely high demand among numismatists-collectors, but still quite interesting. Abroad collecting them more often than in Russia. Therefore, to find them easier there. In specialized Russian stores choice of Swiss coins is small, but in online stores there are plenty to choose from. Their cost is not too large, and the book is a snap.
For General collections of Swiss coins will be an excellent addition and ornament, so it makes sense to pay attention to them. And the fact that in Russia, they are not in high demand, making them a kind of exclusive to your unique collection. If you want to buy a certain coin that is not in Russian online stores, you can also find her on foreign exchanges. Often rare items are sold on Internet auctions.
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