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Coins from the Tierra del Fuego

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During the Tierra del Fuego gold rush, Julius Popper gained dominance of the territory with a private army. He issued his own coins and stamps to symbolize his power. When the Argentine peso lost its value in the market crash of 1890, his gold coins were regarded as currency. Read more

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

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Tierra del Fuego - Gramo (1889)

16 Reales = 1 Escudo

1 Gramo – obverse
1 Gramo – reverse
1 Gramo
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 1 g – ø 12.1 mm
KM# Tn1, CJ# 4
1 Gramo – obverse
1 Gramo – reverse
1 Gramo
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 1 g – ø 12.5 mm
KM# Tn2, CJ# 3.1
1 Gramo – obverse
1 Gramo – reverse
1 Gramo
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 1 g – ø 12.5 mm
KM# Tn3, CJ# 3.2
1 Gramo – obverse
1 Gramo – reverse
1 Gramo
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 1 g – ø 13.3 mm
KM# Tn4, CJ# 6
1 Gramo – obverse
1 Gramo – reverse
1 Gramo
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 1 g – ø 13.5 mm
KM# Tn5, CJ# 7
5 Gramos – obverse
5 Gramos – reverse
5 Gramos
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 5 g – ø 17 mm
KM# Tn6, CJ# 2
5 Gramos – obverse
5 Gramos – reverse
5 Gramos
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 5 g – ø 17 mm
KM# Tn7, CJ# 1
5 Gramos – obverse
5 Gramos – reverse
5 Gramos
1889
Gold (.864) Silver (.132) – 5 g – ø 18.4 mm
KM# Tn8, CJ# 5

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