Coinage of Paraguay since 1975

Started by <k>, July 05, 2020, 11:21:02 PM

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My favourite design of the current Paraguyan series is on the reverse of the 1000 guaranies.

I like its large, bold text, which is presented in an artistic manner that enhances the design.






UK, 50 pence, 2018.


I have noticed a similar use of bold textual design on recent UK circulating commemorative coins.

See my topic: UK text-heavy 50 pence designs.




See also: Text and Fonts on Coins.
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<k>

Our forum member Big_M has informed me that Paraguay issued various collector coins in 1973 with portraits of military men. These same portraits, which had earlier been used on banknotes, were later also used on some circulation coins from 1975 onwards.

The denominations of the relevant collector coins issued in 1973 were 150 guaraníes (silver) and 1500 and 4500 guaraníes (gold).

Below you see a screenshot from numista of the 1500 guaraníes coins.
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Globetrotter

Quote from: <k> on July 06, 2020, 07:39:59 PMInteresting to see how many variations there are of some of the coins. Just how many can you get? I expect some country holds the record for variants of modern circulation coins, but it's not something you can easily find out.

That makes me wonder now how many variation types there are and how they are classified or numbered in catalogues. There are differences in weight, size (diameter, thickness), alloy / colour, and minor legend variations - as well as mint marks and other marks.

 

Many are NOT in the catalogs, hence my work on the documentations in numista of ALL varieties (in catalog or not).