Beautiful Copper-Nickel Coin 1933 AD, 1352 AH Egyptian Ten Milliemes King Fuad I, ANACS AU 58
Description: A beautiful about uncirculated 1933 (1352 AH) ten Egyptian milliemes (one piaster) copper-nickel coin. Although the coin is graded AU 58 by ANACS, we believe the coin is under graded and should be at a higher grade. Be that as it may, the coin has full luster and is beautiful with minimum wear if any. It depicts a uniformed bust of King Fouad I, wearing a Fez, facing left with his name Fuad the First as King of Egypt on the obverse. The reverse shows the date and denomination as well as the words "Al Mamlakah al Mysryah" (Egyptian Kingdom). It is KM-347 and weighs ~5.22 grams. It measures approximately 23 mm in diameter. Please view scan as it is part and parcel of our description.
Date: 1933 AD - 1352 AH.
Mint: Egypt. Actually these coins were struck in Birmingham, England as evidanced by the mint mark "H" under the date on the reverse.
Size and Weight: This is a ten milliemes, weighs 5.22 grams of bronze and is ~23 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #347.
Condition: Although the coin is graded AU 58 by ANACS, we believe the coin is under graded and should be of a higher grade. Be that as it may, the coin has full luster and is beautiful with minimum wear if any. The coin is beautiful with a few scratches and bag marks. Please see photo for additional condition information.
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