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Piece mv1300bs-aa01,t (Obverse)
Photograph credits: Heritage Auction Galleries
Photograph credits: Heritage Auction Galleries
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Characteristics from Design A, Type A
  • Identification Code: mv1300bs-aa
  • General: Circular shape with continous grained edge.
  • Obverse: Circular rim with dentacles beading. In the center, over the field, busts of Doctor Francisco Ochoa and Doctor Jesus E. Lossada with the inscriptions at left of each one "1er Rector RECTOR 1891 Dr. F. OCHOA" and "1er Rector 1946 Dr. J.E. Lossada".
  • Reverse: Circular rim with dentacles beading. In the center, over the field, 100th Aniversary Logo of the Universidad del Zulia. Surrounding the field, the legend the denomination in words "UN MIL TRESCIENTOS BOLÍVARES" on the top. In the exergue the weight "40,0 GRS. DE PLATA" and the metallic millesimal fineness "LEY 999".
  • Circulation note: This coin was minted with the request from the Universidad del Zulia to conmemoratve the centenary of the creation of this University, and this coin is considered for numismatic use with no legal tender.
  • Composition: Ley 999 (99.9% silver)
  • Weight: 40 Grams
  • Module: 40 mm
  • Thickness: 3.26 mm
  • Identification Code: mv1300bs-aa01,t
  • Date: 1991
  • Mintage: Unknown.
  • Minter: Metalor Acuñaciones, C.A. Caracas
  • Note: Obverse trial in copper
  • Composition: Copper
Identification in other catalogs
  • Standard catalog of world coins (SCWC): TS25
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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