Tag: Helvetia

World Coins – Some Things (And Coins) Never Change

World Coins – Some Things (And Coins) Never Change

by Al Doyle  for CoinWeek One of the main reasons for the introduction of the 50 States quarters in 1999 (along with more recent facelifts of the Lincoln cent and Jefferson nickel) was the age of those U.S. series. Seeing the “same old same old” in pocket change for 65 to 100 years resulted in […]

The Legacy of the Swiss Vreneli Gold Coin

The Legacy of the Swiss Vreneli Gold Coin

The Swiss Vreneli (1897 – 1949) embodies Switzerland’s status as a financial center of the world. The coin’s long standing reputation among investors and collectors illustrates its outstanding beauty and quality. The Swiss Vreneli , like other European gold coins, has a rich and lengthy heritage. Ancient Origins The name “Helvetia” comes from the name […]

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