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Chile is a long and narrow strip of land located between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, in the southwestern America. Its capital is Santiago. Chile was conquered by the Spaniards in the mid-16th Century and colonized during almost 300 years, until declaring its independence in 1818. In the 19th century, Chile grew economically and territorially, ending Mapuche resistance in the south and getting territory after the War of the Pacific (1879-1883) defeating Peru and Bolivia in the north. In the mid-20th century Chile depended economically on nitrate, and now its economy remains strong thanks to the extraction of copper. In 1973, Chile suffered a coup and instituted a 16-year long military dictatorship. In 1990 the democracy returns to the country. Read more

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10 Pesos / 1 Condor – obverse
10 Pesos / 1 Condor – reverse
10 Pesos / 1 Condor
1956-1959
Aluminium • 3.0 g • ⌀ 29 mm
KM# 181, Schön# 28
10 Pesos (Arrival of Liberation Fleet) – obverse
10 Pesos (Arrival of Liberation Fleet) – reverse
10 Pesos (Arrival of Liberation Fleet)
1968
Non-circulating coin: Arrival of Liberation Fleet in 1820 under command of Lord Cochrane
Silver (.999) • 45 g • ⌀ 45 mm
KM# 183
20 Pesos – obverse
20 Pesos – reverse
20 Pesos
1896-1917
Gold (.917) • 11.98 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 158
20 Pesos – obverse
20 Pesos – reverse
20 Pesos
1926-1980
Gold (.900) • 4.07 g • ⌀ 18.5 mm
KM# 168
20 Pesos – obverse
20 Pesos – reverse
20 Pesos
1976
Non-circulating coin
Gold (.900) • 4.07 g • ⌀ 18.5 mm
KM# 188
50 Pesos – obverse
50 Pesos – reverse
50 Pesos
1926-1974
Gold (.900) • 10.17 g • ⌀ 24.5 mm
KM# 169
50 Pesos (150th Anniversary of Military Academy) – obverse
50 Pesos (150th Anniversary of Military Academy) – reverse
50 Pesos (150th Anniversary of Military Academy)
1968
Non-circulating coin: 150th Anniversary of Military Academy
Gold (.900) • 10.17 g
KM# 184
100 Pesos – obverse
100 Pesos – reverse
100 Pesos
1926
Gold (.900) • 20.34 g • ⌀ 31 mm
KM# 170
100 Pesos – obverse
100 Pesos – reverse
100 Pesos
1932-1980
Gold (.900) • 20.34 g • ⌀ 31 mm
KM# 175
100 Pesos (150th Anniversary of National Coinage) – obverse
100 Pesos (150th Anniversary of National Coinage) – reverse
100 Pesos (150th Anniversary of National Coinage)
1968
Non-circulating coin: 150th Anniversary of National Coinage
Gold (.900) • 20.34 g • ⌀ 31 mm
KM# 185
200 Pesos (150th Anniversary of the Crossing of the Andes) – obverse
200 Pesos (150th Anniversary of the Crossing of the Andes) – reverse
200 Pesos (150th Anniversary of the Crossing of the Andes)
1968
Non-circulating coin: 150th Anniversary of the Crossing of the Andes
Gold (.900) • 40.68 g
KM# 186
500 Pesos (150th Anniversary of National Flag) – obverse
500 Pesos (150th Anniversary of National Flag) – reverse
500 Pesos (150th Anniversary of National Flag)
1968
Non-circulating coin: 150th Anniversary of National Flag
Gold (.900) • 101.70 g
KM# 187
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
(1859)
Silver • 10.2 g • ⌀ 29 mm
KM# 1
50 Centavos – obverse
50 Centavos – reverse
50 Centavos
1865
Silver (.970) • 11 g • ⌀ 27 mm
KM# 3
1 Peso – obverse
1 Peso – reverse
1 Peso
(1859)
Silver • 22.3 g • ⌀ 37 mm
KM# 2
1 Peso Copiapo – obverse
1 Peso Copiapo – reverse
1 Peso Copiapo
1865
Silver (.970) • 22 g • ⌀ 35 mm
KM# 4
1 Peso – obverse
1 Peso – reverse
1 Peso
1891 (1835-1891)
Silver (.620) • 25 g
KM# 1
½ Centésimo – obverse
½ Centésimo – reverse
½ Centésimo
1962-1963
Aluminium • 2 g • ⌀ 25 mm
KM# 192
1 Centésimo – obverse
1 Centésimo – reverse
1 Centésimo
1960-1963
Aluminium • 3.0 g • ⌀ 29 mm
KM# 189, Schön# 30
2 Centésimos – obverse
2 Centésimos – reverse
2 Centésimos
1960-1970
Aluminium-bronze • 3.0 g • ⌀ 20 mm
KM# 193

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