Luxembourg, 20 Francs 1946, John the Blind, nicely toned, PCGS MS 67

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Commemorative issue: 600th Anniversary of the death of John the Blind at the battle of Crécy.

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Obverse: Portrait on the left of Prince Jean (1921-2019), Grand Duke heir of Luxembourg. On the left the crowned escutcheon of the Bourbons, on the right the escutcheon of Luxembourg surmounted by a crested helmet. Legend around.

Lettering:
PRENZ • JEAN • VU • LETZEBURG
A.H.
• 20 F. •

Translation: Prince Jean of Luxembourg

Engraver: Armand Bonnetain

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Reverse: Warrior (representing John the Blind) straddling to the right with the crested helmet, brandishing a sword with his right hand and covering himself with a shield with the arms of Luxembourg. Behind him is a banner inscribed with its motto in hollow.

Lettering:
• JANG • DE • BLANNEN •
SERVIAM
26-VIII-
1346 – 1946
A.B.

Translation:
John the Blind
I serve

Engraver: Armand Bonnetain

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Edge: Milled

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The pictures provided are of the actual coin for sale.

Guaranteed genuine.

You can verify PCGS certification numbers: 35481050


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Country
Ruler Charlotte (1919-64)
Face Value 20 Francs
Year of issue 1946
Metal Silver
Fineness 835
Catalogue # KM# 47
Weight, g. 8,53
Diameter, mm. 27,0
Our code Z147
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