1973 5 Francs - Switzerland - Herdsman - Embossed Edge - About Uncirculated

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This 1973 5 Francs from Switzerland is one of the copper-nickel release of these coins.

A large coin with a diameter of 31.45 mm and weighing 13.20 g.

The Obverse features the bust of curly-haired herdsman, facing right, wearing a hooded shirt, often mistakenly identified as William Tell.

Lettering:
CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA
P , BVRKHARD , INCᵀ,

Translation:
Confederatio Helvetica. Paul Burkhard incidit.
Swiss Confederation. Engraved by Paul Burkhard.

The Reverse shows the Swiss escutcheon with flower wreaths and the face value

Lettering:
5 FR.
1973

Designer: Paul Burkhard.

The embossed edge lettering reads:

*** DOMINUS | PROVIDEBIT | **********

Translation: The Lord Will Provide.

This coin uses coin alignment, and is in About Uncirculated grade.

Please see images for a personal grading, as this is the exact coin you will receive.

(Edge lettering image is used for demonstration purposes only)

Supplied in a brand new 2x2 SAFLIP.

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