1945 Beautiful Red Brown Bronze Coin Egyptian One Millieme or 1/10 Piastre King Farouk I Graded ANACS MS63 RB
Description: A beautiful and great looking red brown colored Egyptian one millieme or one tenth of a piastre bronze coin. The coin depicts the bust of King Farouk the first facing left with the words "Farouk the First King of Egypt" surrounding the bust of the obverse. Farouk the first was King of Egypt during the period April 1936 through July 1952. The coin shows the denomination the date in Ad and AH and the words "Kingdom of Egypt" on top of the reverse. It is KM-358, weighs ~4.4 grams and measures approximately 23 mm in diameter. The coin is graded by ANACS as Mint State 63 Red Brown or MS63 RB. The coin comes in a plastic slab and is marked as such. Coin of such low denomination are rare in such high grade since they were used extensively by the population. Please carefully review the photos presented as they are part and parcel of our description.
Date: 1945 AD - 1364 AH.
Size and Weight: This is a one millieme or 1/10 of a piastre, weighs ~4.4 grams and is ~23 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #358.
Condition: The coin is graded by ANACS as Mint State 63 Red Brown or MS 64 RB. The coin is beautiful uncirculated with all the details being very well preserved, retaining a beautiful red brown color and having very nice eye appeal. The coin retains some of its original luster and has no observable problems. It is much better than the photos shows. It does have minor scratches, some bag marks but no observable wear commensurate with its uncirculated status. Please see photo for condition information.