1927 Swiss 20 Francs Gold Helvetia

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1927 Swiss 20 Francs Gold Helvetia

Swiss confederation occurred in 1848 and the new nation adopted the Swiss Franc as a form of currency tied to the French Franc. The 20 Francs denomination was introduced in Europe by Napoleon for France back in 1803, and before the continent had its modern Euro, there was the Franc as an international monetary piece. Nations across the continent adopted the 20 Francs denomination.

The history of Switzerland's 20 Francs Gold Coin includes a period of Helvetica design that stretches to the early 1880s and depicts a crowned Helvetia. These 20 Francs Gold Helvetia coins lack the crowned design and were issued in total from 1897 to 1935, and again in 1947 and 1949.

The Swiss 20 Franc Helvetia is one of the classic smaller gold bullion coins with a rich history dating back more than 100 years. And during that time it has stood for Swiss independence, sovereignty, fiscal strength, and a real gold-backed currency. The Swiss 20 Franc Helvetia gold coin is legal tender minted by the Swiss National Mint in Bern, Switzerland. This popular bullion coin is 90% gold meaning it contains a small amount of copper added for strength and durability.

The Swiss 20 Franc Helvetia weighs 6.45 grams and contains 0.1867 oz of gold. The Swiss 20 Franc Helvetia was struck in large quantities between 1897 and 1949 and was a bank reserve throughout Europe, trades for a small premium over its melt value. and fluctuates directly with the price of gold.

The reverse of the 20 Francs Gold Coins in the Swiss Helvetia collection includes the coat of arms of Switzerland. The coat of arms includes the national shield in the center with the country's traditional cross in the center. The background is adorned with oak leaves and its legal tender value (20 FR) and the date.

On the obverse of the 20 Francs Gold Coin is the bust of Helvetia. A female personification of Switzerland, her figure has flowing hair with a braid through the top and the peaks of the Swiss Alps visible in the background. This design for the coins came from Fritz Ulysse Landry in 1895.


This year, I have shown you these gold pieces:

Source: Apmex, JM Bullion, Gold Dealer, Scottalanturner.com


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