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This 100 Lire coin issued by the Vatican in 1937 is one of the scarcest issues of all Papal coins. Although this date is listed in Krause with a mintage of 2,000, it is likely that many of those were melted, as this coin does not become available on the rare coin market very often. It has a right facing likeness of Pope Pius XI on the obverse, and a standing figure of Jesus on the reverse. Actual Gold weight of this coin is .1500 of an ounce.
A classic rarity graded MS64 by NGC!
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