Morocco AH 1372 200 francs KM-Y53
This specimen is from a one-year type struck in the waning days of the French protectorate over Morocco ("Maroc" in French). It is struck from silver at the Paris mint at a time when metropolitan French coinage contained no silver. The French left in 1956 and king Mohammed V resumed his status as an independent potentate.
Recorded mintage: 10,176,000.
Specification: 8 g, .720 fine silver, .185 troy oz ASW.
Catalog reference: KM Y-53.
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