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About coin Grading.
Metals: Bronzital = Bronze
Weight: 5 g
(Km# 105): The
woman you see on the
fron side is an allegorical portrait. On the Reverse there is an
industrial gear symbol of labour.
This coin was
minted in the
years you see on the left. Difficult to found are: none.
107): 1980 International woman's
year. On the coin
there is the portrait of Maria Montessori (born Aug. 31,1879 d. May
6,1952). She created a new educational system that bearers
name, based on belief in the child's creative potential and his right
to be treated as an individual. |
On the Reverse there is the
year emblem; woman who studies a botanic book, with a child on her
shoulders and a spade at her feet.
||(Km#109): 1981 World Food Day, the palace
Villa Lubin, the former International Agricultural Institute building. |
The woman is holding a cornucopia, symbol of abundance.
Taranto Naval Yards' centennial. The allegorical portrait is the same
as the one on 200 lire normal type. |
The coin shows Taranto's
military harbor, one of Italy's most imoportant sea ports. Taranto is a
city situated in southern Italy (Puglia).
Centennial of the institution of Section IV of the State Council. |
The State Council is a Constitutional Authority which has two
functions: the first is to give juridical and administrative advice to
the Public Administration; the second is to decide most
cases between citizens and Public Administration. The
of Section IV provided the State Council with Judicial
that citizens could appeal to an independent judge, while previously
disputes with the Public Administration were settled by the same
The Building shown on the rev. is Palazzo
||(Km# 151): 1992 Genova World Philatelic
1993 70° anniversary of Military Aviation. |
On the reverse we
see the Military Aviation Emblem.
164): ND 1994 Carabinieri's 180°
On the reverse there is the Carabinieri's emblem.
| ||(KM # 184):
ND 1996 100th anniversary of the Customs Service Academy. The two
bildings are the Academy's building in Bergamo and the Royal Palace of
On the reverse the coin have the Academy's emblem,
short sword and cap.
||(KM # 188):
ND 1997 Centennial
Italian Naval League |
The reverse represents the Italian Naval
| ||(KM # 218): 1999
30th anniversary of Carabinieri's Service for
the protection of artistic patrimony. The reverse shows carabinieri's
emblem and Donatello's David. Donatello (1386-1466) was one of the most
important artists of the Italian Renaissance. The bronze statue of
David, is considered his masterpiece. It was the first large-scale free
standing nude statue since Roman times. At first it was placed in the
courtyard of Medici palace in Florence. After the Medici were expelled,
the statue was placed in the courtyard of Palazzo Vecchio (the town
The choice of the David was criticized by some, but if
go in Piazza della Signoria you'll always found a Carabinieri's car
that are guarding the square.