Numismatic Catalog of Venezuela
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Obverse
Piece mv1bsf-ba01 (Obverse)
Photograph credits: Leonardo Ortega
Reverse
Piece mv1bsf-ba01 (Reverse)
Photograph credits: Leonardo Ortega
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Characteristics from Design B, Type A
  • Identification Code: mv1bsf-ba
  • Obverse: Circular rim with dentacles beading. In the center, over three ondulated lines that symbolize the three stripes of the flag, bust of Simon Bolivar facing right with "BARRE" below (from the original engraver). In the ring, On the top, "BOLÍVAR" and "RECONVERSIÓN MONETARIA" (monetary reconversion) on the bottom.
  • Reverse: Circular rim with dentacles beading. In the center, over the field eight five-pointed stars, body of the Coat of Arms, the issuer name "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela» and the metallic millesimal fineness "LEY 999" all over three ondulated lines that symbolize the three stripes of the flag. Surrounding the field, the legend "REPÚBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA" «Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela». In the exergue the face value "Bs. 1" and the year.
  • Composition: Ley 999 (99.9% gold)
  • Weight: 15.55 Grams
  • Module: 25 mm
  • Thickness: 2.05 mm
Characteristics
  • Identification Code: mv1bsf-ba01
  • Date: 2008
  • Mintage: 2800.
  • Minter: Valcambi SA
Identification in other catalogs
NOTE: The piece identification from the Standard Catalog of World Coin (SCWC) used in this website is updated to: 1801-1900 (7th edition - 2013), 1901-2000 (40th edition - 2013) and 2001-2019 (13th edition - 2019)
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