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10 Lekë 1992 Summer Olympic Games

10 Lekë (1992 Summer Olympic Games) -  obverse 10 Lekë (1992 Summer Olympic Games) -  reverse

Features

Country Albania
Type Non circulating coin
Year 1992
Value 10 Lekë (10 ALL)
Metal Silver (.925)
Weight 28.46 g
Diameter 39 mm
Thickness 2.5 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Demonetized 01-01-1992
References KM# 70
Standard Catalog of World Coins
by George S. Cuhaj
(Krause Publications)

Commemorative issue

1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona

Obverse

Coat of Arms

Lettering:
REPUBLIKA E SHQIPËRISE
19 92
ALBANIA

Translation: Republic of Albania

Engraver: Willem Vis

Willem Vis (1936-2007), medalist and visual artist, was artistic director at Koninklijke Begeer in Voorschoten from 1957-1971 and afterwards he was an independent artist. He designed numerous medals, portrait plaques, tokens and commemorative coins.

Reverse

Boxing motif

Lettering:
ALBANIA
10 LEKË
LOJRAT 1992 OLIMPIKE

Translation: Olympic Games

Engraver: Willem Vis

Willem Vis (1936-2007), medalist and visual artist, was artistic director at Koninklijke Begeer in Voorschoten from 1957-1971 and afterwards he was an independent artist. He designed numerous medals, portrait plaques, tokens and commemorative coins.

Edge

Reeded

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Year Mintage G VG F VF XF AU UNC
1992  20,000 Proof; Error in date on Coat of Arms 'MAI' instead of 'MAJ'

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