Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia
|King||Franz Joseph I (1848-1866)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Soldo (0.01)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
William D. Craig; 1976. Coins of the World, 1750-1850 (3rd edition). Western Publishing, Racine, Wisconsin, USA.
A double-headed eagle holding a sword and scepter. Mintmark at bottom center under eagle.
Engraver: Franz Gaul
Denomination value in center above date, surrounded by text.
MONETA SPICCIOLA PEL R·LOMB·VENETO
Engraver: Michael Mathes
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|1862 A||22,275,000||3.01||6.12||5.38||5.27||64%||C#35.1 (Vienna)|
|1862 B||8,970,500||3.81||5.00||25%||C#35.2 (Kremnitz)|
|1862 V||9,394,500||8.93||24%||C#35.3 (Venice)|
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