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Swiss 10 Franc

Switzerland 10 Francs Gold Coin
Switzerland 10 Francs Gold Coin

Specification

  • Fine Weight: 0.0933 t/oz
  • Gross Weight: 3.2255g
  • Diameter: 18.50mm
  • Fineness: 900.0
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Overview

The Swiss 10 franc was only issued sporadically from 1911 to 1922, featuring the Vreneli head similar to the Swiss 20 franc. The reverse has a differently designed cross from the larger coin though.

The mintage numbers are generally much lower than for the 20 francs, and therefore the coins carry a slightly higher premium.

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