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Argentina is a country in South America bordering Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay. The republic has its origins in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata before fighting an independence war from 1810 until 1818. It took another few decades before a centralised government was accepted by all provinces. Mass immigration from especially Italy at the end of the 19th century gave Argentina its distinct culture in Latin America. The political and economic challenges of the 20th century caused many bouts of inflation and are reflected in the many types of Argentine coins. Currency reforms took place in 1881, 1970, 1983, 1985 and 1992. Read more

See also: Buenos Aires, Confederacion Argentina, Cordoba, Entre Rios, La Rioja, Mendoza, Tierra del Fuego, Tucuman

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Argentina - Peso moneda nacional (1881-1969)

100 Centavos = 1 Peso • 5 Pesos = 1 Argentino

10 Centavos (reeded edge) – obverse
10 Centavos (reeded edge) – reverse
10 Centavos (reeded edge)
1951-1952
Copper-nickel – 3 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 47, Schön# 50
10 Centavos (larger head, smooth edge) – obverse
10 Centavos (larger head, smooth edge) – reverse
10 Centavos (larger head, smooth edge)
1952-1953
Nickel clad Steel – 3 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 47a, Schön# 50a.1
10 Centavos (smaller head, smooth edge) – obverse
10 Centavos (smaller head, smooth edge) – reverse
10 Centavos (smaller head, smooth edge)
1954-1956
Nickel plated Steel – 3.0 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 51, Schön# 50a.2
10 Centavos – obverse
10 Centavos – reverse
10 Centavos
1957-1959
Nickel clad Steel – 3 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 54, Schön# 54
20 Centavos – obverse
20 Centavos – reverse
20 Centavos
1881-1883
Silver (.900) – 5 g – ø 23.3 mm
KM# 27, CJ# 18 to 20
20 Centavos – obverse
20 Centavos – reverse
20 Centavos
1896-1942
Copper-nickel – 4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 36, CJ# 52-89, Schön# 39
20 Centavos – obverse
20 Centavos – reverse
20 Centavos
1942-1950
Aluminium-bronze – 4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 42, Schön# 45
20 Centavos (José San Martin) – obverse
20 Centavos (José San Martin) – reverse
20 Centavos (José San Martin)
1950
Commemorative: 100th Anniversary of the Death of José San Martin
Copper-nickel – 4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 45, Schön# 48
20 Centavos (reeded edge) – obverse
20 Centavos (reeded edge) – reverse
20 Centavos (reeded edge)
1951-1952
Copper-nickel – 4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 48, Schön# 51
20 Centavos (larger head, smooth edge) – obverse
20 Centavos (larger head, smooth edge) – reverse
20 Centavos (larger head, smooth edge)
1952-1953
Nickel clad Steel – 4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 48a, Schön# 51a.1
20 Centavos (smaller head, smooth edge) – obverse
20 Centavos (smaller head, smooth edge) – reverse
20 Centavos (smaller head, smooth edge)
1954-1956
Nickel clad Steel – 4 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 52, Schön# 51a.2
20 Centavos – obverse
20 Centavos – reverse
20 Centavos
1957-1961
Nickel plated Steel – 4 g – ø 21.1 mm
KM# 55, Schön# 55
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1881-1883
Silver (.900) – 12.5 g – ø 30.1 mm
KM# 28, CJ# 15 to 17
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1936
Copper-nickel
KM# Pn46
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1940
Copper-nickel
KM# Pn53
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1940
Nickel
KM# Pn54
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1941
Nickel – 6 g – ø 24 mm
KM# 39, Schön# 40, CJ# 173
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1952-1956
Nickel clad Steel – 5 g – ø 23 mm
KM# 49, Schön# 52
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1957-1961
Nickel clad Steel – 5 g – ø 23.2 mm
KM# 56, Schön# 56
1 Peso – obverse
1 Peso – reverse
1 Peso
1880
Silver – 25 g – ø 38 mm
KM# Pn20

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