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Piece mv200bsf-bb01 (Obverse)
Photograph credits: Javier Masó
Piece mv200bsf-bb01 (Reverse)
Photograph credits: Javier Masó
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Characteristics from Design B, Type B
  • Identification Code: mv200bsf-bb
  • General: Circular shape with continous grained edge.
  • Obverse: Circular rim without beading. In the center, over the field within a concentric circle, bust of Francisco de Miranda based on a painting made by the english artist Lewis Brian Adams with the legend "200 años" (200 years) and the metallic millesimal fineness "LEY 999" below. Surrounding the field, the legend "DESEMBARCO EN LA VELA DE CORO" (disembarkation in La Vela de Coro). In the exergue Francisco de Miranda.
  • Reverse: Circular rim without beading. In the center, over the field within a concentric circle, National Flag. Surrounding the field, "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela». In the exergue the denomination value "Bs. 200".
  • Conmemotative motive: Bicentenary of the disembarkation in La Vela de Coro
  • Warning about he photograph sample: The four marks in the rim are part of the coin capsule taken from the reference photo.
  • Composition: Ley 999 (99.9% silver)
  • Weight: 31.1 Grams
  • Module: 38.61 mm
  • Thickness: 3 mm
  • Identification Code: mv200bsf-bb01
  • Date: (2010)
  • Mintage: 3000.
  • Minter: Valcambi SA
Identification in other catalogs
  • Standard catalog of world coins (SCWC): Y97
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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