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[[Image:VEN_1954_50centimos-toned-obv.JPG|300px|thumb|from the Acanthite collection]]
 
[[Image:VEN_1954_50centimos-toned-obv.JPG|300px|thumb|from the Acanthite collection]]
 
[[Image:VEN_1954_50centimos-toned-rev.JPG|300px|thumb|from the Acanthite collection]]
 
[[Image:VEN_1954_50centimos-toned-rev.JPG|300px|thumb|from the Acanthite collection]]
The name 'Republica de [[Venezuela]]' replaced 'Estados Unidos de Venezuela' on all coinage from 1953. Bolivar fractionals and multipules continued to be silver until 1964, at which point they became nickel in composition.
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The name 'Republica de [[Venezuela]]' replaced 'Estados Unidos de Venezuela' on all coinage from 1953. Bolivar fractionals and multipules continued to be silver until 1964, at which point they became nickel in composition.
  
Shown is a 1954 fifty centimos, minted in Philadelphia. The obverse features the portait of Simon Bolivar, recognized as liberator of the Venezuelans from rule by the Spanish. The portrait was designed by Albert Barre in Paris. The reverse features the coat of arms, denomination, and date.
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Shown is a 1954 fifty centimos, minted in Philadelphia. The obverse features the portait of Simon Bolivar, recognized as liberator of the Venezuelans from rule by the Spanish. The portrait was designed by Albert Barre in Paris. The reverse features the coat of arms, denomination, and date.
  
 
''Recorded mintage'': 15,000,000.
 
''Recorded mintage'': 15,000,000.

Revision as of 00:17, 3 August 2018

from the Acanthite collection
from the Acanthite collection

The name 'Republica de Venezuela' replaced 'Estados Unidos de Venezuela' on all coinage from 1953. Bolivar fractionals and multipules continued to be silver until 1964, at which point they became nickel in composition.

Shown is a 1954 fifty centimos, minted in Philadelphia. The obverse features the portait of Simon Bolivar, recognized as liberator of the Venezuelans from rule by the Spanish. The portrait was designed by Albert Barre in Paris. The reverse features the coat of arms, denomination, and date.

Recorded mintage: 15,000,000.

Specifications: 2.50 g, 0.835 fine silver, 0.1671 ASW.

Catalog reference: Y 36.

Sources:

  • Cuhaj, George S., and Thomas Michael, Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000, 42nd ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2014.

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