Europe’s first common Currency in Silver

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Fulfilled by Modern Coins (1501 - 1929)

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In 1865, France, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland signed the agreement of the Latin Monetary Union. The basis of the Latin Monetary Union was the standardization of fineness (.900), weight (25 g, 40 coins per kilogram) and size (37 mm) of the respective coins.

The silver standard was considered the basis of currency until 1871. Afterwards, it was replaced by the gold standard. More and more nations, including Spain, Greece, Austria and some non- European nations, slowly joined the Latin Monetary Union.


  • Base metal: .999 Silver
  • Country of issue: Europe
  • Face value: Multiple



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