Italy (Lombardy Venetia) Soldo and 5/10 Soldo 1862
These coins, 1 soldo and 5/10 soldo, come from the old Italian State of Lombardy-Venetia. They bear the inscription MONETA SPICCIOLA, or 'small change.' The one in our image has picked up unusual, but colorful toning over the centuries. The toning does not affect value, but makes for an interesting collectible.
worn: $8 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $15
well preserved: $35
fully uncirculated: $65
The 5/10 soldo has a large 5-over-10 fraction instead of the stylized '1' of the 1 soldo. 5/10 soldo are worth about one-half of 1 soldo coins.
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Requested by: Gemma, Tue, 20-Oct-2015 05:01:04 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Tue, 20-Oct-2015 16:21:50 GMT
Requester description: 1862 Looks like a stylised 1 or upside down crsive r on same side as words. Date is 1862. Other side has double headed eagle and mint mark B only.
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