25 Pesos Ibero-American Series - Sarmiento Frigate
25 ARS = 0.34 USD
|Currency||Peso convertible (1992-date)|
|Composition||Silver (.925) (Ag 925 Cu 75)|
|Orientation||Coin alignment ↑↓|
Héctor Carlos Janson; 2011. La moneda circulante en el territorio argentino, 1574-2010 (2nd edition). Héctor Carlos Janson, Buenos Aires, Argentina.Schön# 142
5th Ibero-American Series - "Presidente Sarmiento" Sailship
In the field the figure of President Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Fragata. Legend Edge "FRAGATA A. R. A. PTE. SARMIENTO "and the five-star superior perimeter five-pointed mean walking five continents each year the boat in the graduation trip of cadets.
Lettering: FRAGATA A.R.A. PTE. SARMIENTO
Translation: FRIGATE A.R.A. PTE. SARMIENTO
Engraver: Carlos P. Rodríguez Dufour
In the Argentine National Shield field between two lines round the
Legend "Argentina Republic: 2002: $ 25," Shields surrounded by countries Participants of the V Iberoamerican Series Coin.
: $25 : 2002 :
: $ 25: 2002:
Engraver: Carlos P. Rodríguez Dufour
|Royal Mint of Spain (Real Casa de la Moneda), Madrid, Spain (1591-date)|
|Casa de Moneda de la República Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1875-date)|
Commemorative coin dedicated to "The Nautical", which continues the Ibero-American Series of Coins started in 1991. The following countries participated in this ISSUE: Argentina, Cuba, Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal.
Coins for the local market were minted in the Society of the State Mint (CJ# 10.4.1 - 10.4.2 - 10.4.3).
Coins for the foreign market were minted at the Royal Mint FNMT (CJ # 10.4.4). The fifth issue of the Ibero-American Series "Encounter of Two Worlds" is dedicated to sailing. The collection consists of 10 coins, one for each of the participating countries and a medal commemorating the 10th anniversary of the series.
CJ# 10.4.1 Is the easiest to detect, since the frigate is minted with a frosted surface that contrasts with the brightness of the others. Besides holding the capes mainsail show interruptions in its path such which with the image.
CJ# 10.4.2 Is the only one that presents the lower stars flanking the frigate, parallel to its axis and with neatly carved contours.
CJ# 10.4.3 to 10.4.1 is similar for opacity, but not so much, and can distinguish it from 10.4.4 to detail forecastle.
CJ# 10.4.4 The Mirroring and the definition of their strokes, forecastle detail, make it unmistakable.
- 10 Pesos (Santisima Trinidad)
- 25 000 Sucres (Balsa de Guayaquil)
- 1 Quetzal (Canoe fisher)
- 5 Pesos (Galeón de Acapulco)
- 10 Córdobas (Bordering the Islets)
- 1 Guaraní (The Nautical)
- 1 Nuevo Sol (Ceramics)
- 10 Euro (Ibero-America - Nautics)
- 10 Euro (Ibero-America - Nautics; .925 Silver)
- 10 Euro - Juan Carlos I (Ibero-American Series V)
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|2002||1,780||74%||CJ# 10.4.1 Proof|
|2002||1,150||13%||CJ# 10.4.2 Proof|
|2002||2,030||41.55||23%||CJ# 10.4.3 Proof|
|2002||12,000||13%||CJ# 10.4.4 Proof Set|
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