10 Lira Cent Coin

With the 10 lira cent coin, here we are to face another page of Italian numismatics and the history of our country. We do it presenting a coin rich in history, peculiarities, curiosities, which sees among the rarest specimens, TRIALS and experiments of great interest. These last ones fall in the group of the italian 10 cents rare and of great value that we are going to introduce you.

10 Lira Cent Coin
10 lira cent coin

The Classic Period 1861 – 1911

The Classic period, from the monetary point of view, was full of important changes. One of these changes concerns the image of the King who until now was praised in the legends of the coins with the noble titles acquired by his family during the previous centuries. With the minting of the new coins instead could be mentioned only the Kingdom of Italy. Moreover the King was depicted for the first time with the truncation of the neck naked and no longer with the collar of the royal uniform.

Hence the distinctions between coins with “Long Neck” or “Short Neck” so dear to Numismatic fans.

In 1863 came into force the new monetary law that brought down the title of silver coins for the divisionals and brought the new title to 835, with order to withdraw the coins issued in the two previous years.

This is why coins from 1861 and 1862 are much rarer to find and of inferior quality.


10 Lira Cents “Experiment”

10 Lira Cents Vittorio Emanuele II
10 Lira Cent Coin “Experiment” (Esperimento) 1862

The first 10 centesimi coin minted in 1862 is called “Experiment”. The reason of this wording, engraved on the coin itself, is doubtful. Some people believe that it was an experiment of the Naples mint to introduce to the population the new decimal system, mint that, it is said, minted 20,000 pieces and then withdrew them immediately, moreover the minting of this coin is not in the official catalogs of the mint.

Certainly is that this coin was minted by someone and in bronze. To date, there are only a few coins in circulation with a state of conservation of BB and MB at most.

The Obverse represents the profile of the King facing left with the words VITTORIO EMANUELE II RE D’ITALIA around it. Under the cut of the neck the inscription EXPERIMENT.
The reverse shows the inscription 10 CENTESIMI 1862 on three central flag lines inscribed inside the circle formed by laurel branches with arrowheads joined by a bow.

  • Nominal: 10 Centesimi
  • Material: Cu 960 Sn 40
  • Outline: Smooth
  • Diameter: 30 mm
  • Weight: 10 g
  • Mint: Napoli (?)
  • Circulation: 20.000 (?)

Value of 10 Lira Cents “Experiment”

  • Auction Varesi 55 of April 8th 2010: 10 EXPERIMENT Cents 1862 R3 in FDC auction for 13.225€.
  • Nomisma 40 Auction of October 11, 2009: Exemplary R3 in FDC from Ten Cents EXPERIMENT 1862 sold for 12.190€.
  • The Nomisma 34 Auction of March 26, 2008: 10 Centesimi EXPERIMENT 1862 R3 in qBB won for 4.025€.

10 Lira Cents Vittorio Emanuele II

10 Lira Cents Vittorio Emanuele II
10 Lira Cents Coin with Vittorio Emanuele II

The 10 centesimi Vittorio Emanuele II coin also called “Soldone”, “Due Soldi” and “Palancone” was the first official 10 centesimi coin minted in 1862 to facilitate small daily exchanges. A large number of small coins had to be put in circulation and the Italian mints were not able to satisfy the need in a short time, so they were minted also in public foreign mints like Paris and Brussels.

The mints of Paris and Brussels did not engrave their mark of recognition on the coins, which instead did the private mints of Birmingham and Strasbourg also involved in the production of the new Italian coins.

Mints for the years 1862/1867:

  • Milano: M
  • Napoli: N
  • Torino: T
  • Birmingham: H
  • Parigi: missing
  • Bruxelles: missing
  • Strasburgo: OM
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The 10 Lira Cent Coins 1862 were minted by the Milan and Strasbourg mint, instead the 10 Centesimi 1863 only at the Strasbourg mint. The 10 lira cent coin 1866 and the 10 Centesimi 1867 were produced at all the above mentioned Mints. A peculiarity of these coins is that often the dates minted do not correspond to the real year of production of the coin.

On the obverse is engraved the profile of the King without crown with a moustache and goatee looking to the left. Around the inscription VITTORIO EMANUELE II RE D’ITALIA and below the neck line there is the signature of the engraver Ferraris.
In the reverse on three lines with a central flag the inscription 10 CENTESIMI e il millesimo. Around to form a circle the two branches of laurel on the left and oak on the right joined in the lower part by an ornamental bow. Under the bow the space for the mint symbol.

  • Nominal: Dieci Centesimi
  • Material: Cu 960 Sn 40
  • Outline: Smooth
  • Diameter: 30 mm
  • Weight: 10 g

Value of Italian 10 Lira Cents Vittorio Emanuele II

Among the 10 Centesimi Vittorio Emanuele II coins the most rare ones are the 10 Cents 1866 R5 , the 10 Centsi 1867 TEST R5. Here are some Auction that has seen as leading characters some 10 cents Vittorio Emanuele II coins:

  • Negrini Auction 28 of December 11, 2008: 10 Cents Vittorio Emanuele II qFDC of 1862 Paris Mint, auctioned for 552€.
  • Nomisma Auction 44 of October 29, 2011: Exemplary from 10 Centesimi 1867 in FDC of the Strasbourg Mint auctioned beaten for 805€.
  • Negrini 27 Auction of 11 June 2008: 10 Centesimi Vittorio Emanuele II coin in FDC of 1867 mint of Turin sold for 403€.

10 Lira Cent Coin “Umberto I”

10 Lira Cent Umberto I
10 Lira Cents Coin Umberto I Variants 1893/1894

The Umberto I 10 Cents coin was minted in 1893 and 1894 by the Mint of Rome with the help of the Mint of Birmingham. The peculiarity of this coin is that in the two years the King’s hair is different.

In fact in the version of the 10 Lira Cent coin 1894 the hair seems to have a more accentuated stripe on the left and the hair shorter and combed compared to the version of the coin 10 lira cent that, on the contrary, has more disheveled and slightly longer hair. Moreover in the 1894 version the signature of Speranza is under the neck, in the 1893 version it’s along the lower edge.

Subsequently, between 1901 and 1905 was ordered the withdrawal of 20,000,000 coins between those of 10 and 5 cents of lire to be replaced with as many nickel coins, which never happened, because they were never minted with other alloys.

In the obverse is engraved the head of King Umberto I in profile with a moustache looking to the left. Then, in front of his eyes the inscription UMBERTO I and behind the head RE D’ITALIA, under the signature of the engraver Speranza.

In the reverse there is the inscription 10 CENTESIMI e millesimo on three lines, around the circle formed by the two laurel and oak branches joined by the bow at the bottom and the star of Italy at the top. The mint symbol in the lower part of the face under the bow knot.

  • Nominal Value: Dieci Centesimi
  • Outline: Smooth
  • Material: Cu 950 Sn 50
  • Diameter: 30 mm
  • Weight: 10 g

Value of Italian 10 Lira Cent Coins Umberto I

The 10 lira cents coin 1893 and the 10 Cents 1894 minted in Rome are worth more than those minted in Birmingham.

  • Auction Nomisma 46 of October 27, 2012: 10 Cents Umberto I 1893 in FDC won for 80.50€.
  • Sintoni 7 of August 31, 2013: 10 Cents CN Umberto I 1893 FDC coin sold for 240€
  • Nomisma 46 of 27th October 2012: 10 Cent Umberto I coin in FDC won at 322€.

10 Lira Cent “Prora” Vittorio Emanuele III – Campione

10 Lira Cent "Prora" Vittorio Emanuele III - Campione 1908
10 Cents “Prora” 1908 Vittorio Emanuele III

On the obverse the profile of Vittorio Emanuele III in starry uniform. Around the writing VITTORIO EMANUELE III KING OF ITALY.

On the reverse side we seethe writing CENT. 10 1908 and in the center the “Italia Marinara” that offers itself to the wind on the bow of a Roman ship, on the right hand holds an olive branch. On the bow is in relief the R of the Roman mint and on the right the inscription P. CANONICA M. // L. DAYS I. In the background the horizon of the sea with two other sailing boats in the background.

  • Nominal Value: Dieci Centesimi
  • Material: Cu 950
  • Anno: 1908
  • Outline: Smooth
  • Weight: 10 g
  • Diameter: 30 mm
  • Axes: French style

This is a much discussed coin and not recognized as such by everyone. In fact this Italian 10 Lire Cent “Prora” coin was minted in 1908 for a special occasion: the laying of the first stone of the new headquarters of the Mint of Rome on the Esquiline Hill. Only 3 coins were ever put into circulation, in fact the first one was placed on the first stone of the new building, the second one was donated to King Vittorio Emanuele III and the third one remained in the Museum of the Mint of Rome.

Later the minting was used without authorization in 1926 for a small amount of coins very rare to find. Few researchers are able to distinguish the differences between the coin of 1908 and 1926, because the differences are perceptible only to expert eyes.

For this reason the coin can be considered a sample coin classifiable as R5.

Of this coin there is also the trial version that carries the inscription PROVA on the right, after the sailor’s hand and above the horizon line of the sea. In the PROVA coin is missing the symbol R of the mint of Rome from the bow of the ship and is classified as R4.

The “experiment” coin

Among the proofs there is also an EXPERIMENT version coined in aluminum that uses for the Obverse the minting of the “4 bese proof of Somalia” that in fact sees the King’s half-bust different from the other coins and there is also the written proof on both sides. This version EXPERIMENT is classified as R4.

10 Lira Cent "Prora" Vittorio Emanuele III - Campione 1905 PROVA
10 Centesimi Prora 1908 PROVA

Value and Auctions of 10 Lira Cent “Prora” Vittorio Emanuele III

  • Nomisma 56 Auction of October 17, 2017: Exemplary R5 from 10 Cents per hour in FDC quality sold for 135,700€.
  • Nomisma 50 Auction of October 15, 2014: R5 coin 10 Cents per hour in FDC sold for 129.800€.
  • Künker 237/239, Auction of 7 October 2013: Exemplary R4 of 10 Cents before the time PROVA qFDC sold for 12.915€.
  • Negrini 32, Auction of December 3, 2010: 10 Centesimi prora PROVA R4 coin in BDC+ purchased for 12.650€.
  • Nomisma 48, Auction of 26th October 2013: 10 Cents prora PROVA R4 in SPL+ auctioned for 11.500€.
  • Auction Nomisma 48 Auction of October 26th, 2013: FDC 10 Cent prora EXPERIMENT R4 of 1908 sold for 37.950€.
  • Nomisma 44 Auction of 29 October 2011: EXPERIMENT in aluminium R4 of 10 Cent. Prora sold for 20.700€

The Modern Period 1911 – 1945

The Modern period goes from 1911 to 1945 and it’s a period of war that causes the almost disappearance of coins like the 1 and 2 cents coins, in general small nickel coins. This is because nickel was precious because it was destined for the major part to the production of weapons useful for the war.

The problem was solved by exhuming the nickels of Umberto I, those previously withdrawn, which were used as a basis for a reunion. In fact some projects of 10 cents coins of 1915 were printed on the 20 Umberto I Centesimi.

10 Lira Cent Coin “Cinquantenario” Vittorio Emanuele III

10 Lira Cent Coin "Cinquantenario" Vittorio Emanuele III
10 Lira Cents Coins “Cinquantenario” Vittorio Emanuele III

This is a Commemorative Coin alled 10 Lira Cent Coin “Cinquantenario” of Vittorio Emanuele III, minted for the 50th Anniversary of the Kingdom of Italy.

The peculiarity of this coin is that the metal used to mint it was the proceeds of the recasting of the 10 Cents withdrawn from circulation because too ruined.

The obverse represents King Vittorio Emanuele III in profile with naked neck, around the inscription VITTORIO EMANUELE III RE D’ITALIA and under the King’s neck the signature of the author D. Trentacoste and the engraver L. Giorgini.
In the reverse, two figures are depicted, a female in front representing Italy and a male behind placed on a pedestal with a helmet and globe in hand symbolizing the city of Rome. On the right of the pedestal is clearly visible a plow with ears of corn and fruit and in the background, on the left, the bow of a merchant ship sailing with sails gathered. On the left below the face value C.10 and below the symbol of the mint of Rome R. Above the horizon line of the sea the inscription 1861-1911.

Note: In many numismatic catalogs the allegories of Italy and Rome on these coins are both female representations.

  • Face value: 10c
  • Outline: smooth
  • Material: Cu 950
  • Weight: 10 g
  • Diameter: 30 mm
  • Axes: German style
  • Mint: Roma (R)

Value and Auctions of 10 Lira Cent Coin “Cinquantenario” Vittorio Emanuele III

  • Felsinea 4 Numismatic Auction of July 4, 2016: 10 Cent 1911 coin in FDC sold for 99.45€.
  • Numismatics Felsinea 5 of February 1, 2017: 10 Cent 1911 in FDC sold for 76.05€
  • Auction Varesi 61 of 22 November 2012: 10 Cent 1911 in SPL+ purchased for 58€

10 Lira Cent Coin “Cinquantenario” PROVA

10 Lira Cent Coin "Cinquantenario" PROVA
10 Centesimi Cinquantenario PROVA 1911

The 10 Cents Cinquantenario PROVA by Vittorio Emanuele III, minted in 1911, report the inscription PROVA on the reVerso above the inscription 1861-1911.

Value and Auctions of 10 Lira Cent Coin “Cinquantenario” PROVA

  • Nomisma 45, Auction of May 15, 2012: 10 50th Anniversary PROVA 1911 R in FDC sold for 863€.
  • Nomisma 52 of August 30, 2016: 10 Cents 50th Anniversary PROVA 1911 R in FDC sold for 1.300€.

10 Lira Cents Coin “Bee”

110 Lira Cents Coin "Bee" 1919
Dieci Centesimi Ape 1919

It is a 10 Cents Coin of 1919 under the reign of King Vittorio Emanuele III, minted until 1937.

On the obverse represents the naked head of the King looking to the left and around it the inscription VITTORIO EMANVELE III RE D’ITALIA. Along the edge of the coin under the neck the signature of the author A. Motti.
In the reverse there is a beautiful representation of a bee on a flower collecting pollen. On the right the face value of the coin C.10 and under the thousandth of minting. The symbol of the mint of Rome R is under the tip of a leaf on the left and instead the signature of R. Brozzi is on the right side along the edge.

  • Material: Cu 950
  • Value:10c
  • Outline: Smooth
  • Diameter: 2,5
  • Thickness: 1,9 mm
  • Weight: 5,4 g
  • Mint: Roma R
  • Axes: French style

Value and Acutions of 10 Lira Cents Coin “Bee”

  • Numismatics Ranieri 3 of November 11, 2011: 10 Cents Bee 1919 in red copper (R) in FDC sold for 1.093€.
  • Nomisma 46 of October 27, 2012: 10 Cents Bee 1919 (R) in FDC sold for 863€.
  • Varesi 61 of 22 November 2012: 10 Cents Bee 1919 (R) coin in FDC bought for 650€
  • Varesi 55 of April 8, 2010: 10 Cents Bee Coin in FDC of 1932, sold for 173€.
  • In Auction 36 of September 7, 2010: Italian 10 lira cent coin “Bee” in FDC of 1937 sold for 81,65€.
  • In Auction 46 of September 19, 2012: 10 Cents 1921 Bee in FDC sold for €46
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10 Lira Cents Coin “Bee” PROVA

10 Lira Cents Coin "Bee" PROVA 1919
Dieci Centesimi Ape PROVA 1919

The 10 lira Cents coin with the Bee PROVA Print of 1919 are the test coin to verify the yield on the different alloys and the effect of the new minting. In fact, on the reverse side of the coin, the writing TRIAL PRINTING appears along the lower edge or in the version with only TRIAL over one thousandth of minting. These coins are classifiable as R2 and R3.

Value and Acutions of 10 Lira Cents Coin “Bee” PROVA

  • Negrini 10 of April 28th 1999: Single coin R3 , 10 Cents Bee 1919 FDC Test in nickel beaten for 4.600.000 Lire
  • Nomisma 48 Auction of 26th October 2013: R2 example of 10 Cents Bee Test in FDC sold for 1.955€.
  • Varesi 59 of November 23, 2011: 10 Cents “bee” 1919 R2 with PROVA written on the date, in FDC sold for 1.035€.
  • Nomisma 48 of October 26, 2013: R2 10 Centesimi Bee of 1919 “PRINT TEST” FDC beaten at 2.070€.

10 Lira Cents Coin “Empire” – 1st Copper Type

10 Lira Cents Coin "Empire" - 1st Copper Type
10 Lira Cents Coin “Empire” – 1st Copper Type

10 Cents Empire coin of King Vittorio Emanuele III 1st Type minted for the celebration of the new Empire. This coin was minted in copper from 1936 until 1939 and is red in color.

In the Obverse the King’s bare head turned to the left. On the left the inscription VITT- EM – III and on the right – RE – E – IMP –
Then, on the reverse is engraved the Savoy coat of arms with fascio and Royal Crown. On the left an ear of wheat and on the right an oak branch. At the bottom left the symbol of the Mint of Rome R and the inscription C. 10 and the thousandth on the right the inscription 10 and XIV (year of the fascist era). In the lower part of the coin, along the edge, the signature of G. Romagnoli.

  • Nominal Value: 10c
  • Outline: smooth
  • Material: Cu 950
  • Weight: 5,4 g
  • Diameter: 22,5 mm
  • Axes: French Style
  • Mint: Roma

Value and Auctions of 10 Cents “Empire” – 1st Copper Type

  • Negrini 38 of 15 November 2013: 10 Cent Empire 1936 NC FDC red copper coin in FDC sold for 80,50€
  • Varesi 55 of 8th April 2010: 10 Cent Empire 1937 in FDC sold for 51,75€
  • In Auction 21 of July 1, 2007: 10 Cent Empire 1937 red copper FDC coin purchased for 57,50€.
  • In Auction 40 of June 28, 2011: 10 Cent. red copper FDC. Empire 1938 sold for 37,95€.
  • Varesi 61 of November 22nd, 2012: FDC Ten Cents Empire coin of 1939 sold for 34,80€.

10 Lira Cents Coin “Empire” – 2st Bronzital Type

10 Lira Cents Coin "Empire" - 2st Bronzital Type
10 Lira Cents Coin “Empire” – 2st Bronzital Type

The 10 lira cent coin Empire 2nd Type coin minted on Bronzital from 1939 to 1943. It uses the same minting of the 1st type coin. It changes only the alloy used for printing, in fact the color takes on a yellowish shade. However we know exemplars like the italian 10 Cents 1940 mistakenly minted on copper instead of Bronzital, surely an error due to an exchange of logs with the previous type in use until the previous year. These coins are easily recognizable by their red color.

On the Obverse side the profile of the King without crown facing left with the inscription VITT-EM-III -RE-E-IMP-.
On the reverse in the center the Savoy coat of arms with bundle and crown, on the sides the ear of wheat and the oak branch. Then, on the left the thousandth of minting, the mint symbol R and the C. indicating the hundredths. On the right instead the year of the fascist era and the 10 of the face value. Below the signature of the author Romagnoli.

  • Nominal Value: 10c
  • Material: Bronzital
  • Mint: Roma
  • Diameter: 22,5 mm
  • Weight: 4,9 g
  • Axes: French Style

Value and Auctions of Italian 10 Lira Cents Coin “Empire” – 2st Bronzital Type

  • In Auction 45 of 22nd February 2012: FDC 10 Cents Empire 2nd Type 1939 Bronzital sold for 28,75€.
  • Varesi 55 of April 8th 2010: 10 Cents Empire 2nd Type 1940 BDC coin on Bronzital bar for 34,50€.
  • In Auction 41 of September 13, 2011: coin in BU 10 Cents Empire 2° Type 1941 Bronzital won for 40,25€.
  • Aution n°40 of June 28, 2011: FDC 10 Cents Empire 2nd Type 1942 on Bronzital sold for 29,90€.
  • In Auction 38 of February 15, 2011: 10 Centsi Empire 2nd Type Bronzital FDC of 1943 sold for 34,50€.

Italian 10 Lira Cent “Empire” PROVA

Italian 10 Lira Cent "Empire" PROVA 1936 - 1939
Italian 10 Lira Cent “Empire” TEST

The 10 Cent Empire “PROVA” are classified as R3 the 1st Type and R4 the 2nd Type. The writing PROVA is located on the reverse along the edge on the right between the two oak leaves. This 1936 PROVA is on copper and the 1939 PROVA is on bronze and aluminum.

However there are a 10 Cents PROVA Empire of 1942 and one of 1943 printed on aluminum, these are classified as R5 and probably there is only one sample for ’42 and one for ’43.

Value and Autions of Italian 10 Lira Cent “Empire” PROVA

  • Heritage Autcion n°3032 of April 10, 2014: FDC 10 Cent Empire PROVA 1936 Copper R3 Sold for 1.101€.
  • In Auction 44 of May 19, 2012: R3 FDC Coin PROVA 10 Cent Empire 1936 Copper sold for 1.093 €
  • Nomisma 45 Auction of May 12, 2012: Exemplary R4 in FDC 10 Cent Empire PROVA 1939 Bronze sold for 2.070€.
  • Nomisma 43 of May 7, 2011: Bronze FDC coin R4 10 Cents Empire PROVA 1939, sold for 2.300€.
  • Negrini Auction No. 10 of April 28th 1999: 10 Centsi Empire PROVA R5 and FDC, the only exemplar of 1942 in wrought aluminum sold for 1.265.000 Lire weight 1.70g.
  • Negrini Auction 10 of April 28th 1999: R5 unique Exemplary of 1943 10 Centesimi Empire PROVA on Aluminium sold in FDC for 1.265.000 Lire weight 1.60g

PROJECTS of 10 Lira Cent Coins

PROJECTS of 10 Lira Cent Coins 1915
PROJECTS of 10 Lira Cent Coins

Those above are designs for the design of the Empire 10 cents coins of 1915, minted on different alloys, in some cases unique and classifiable as R2, R3 and also R4.


Project A – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Project A - 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915
Project A – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Coin minted in 1915 and 1916 with the Savoy coat of arms crowned with laurel branches and collar of the Annunziata on the obverse. On the reverse there is the spike and the decimal value. Classifiable R4 in 1915 and R3 in 1916.

  • Nomisma 57 Auction of 19 May 2018: 1915 FDC R4 coin sold for 8.732€.

Project B – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Project B - 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915
Project B – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Coin minted on nickel in 1915 which shows on the Obverse the head with a helmet placed in profile looking to the right. Long hair and Savoy coat of arms on the helmet. Classified as R2.

  • Nomisma n°57 of 19 May 2018: 2.98 g exemplar sold for 1.770€.
  • Nomisma 45 Auction of May 12, 2012: 3g FDC test sold for € 1,265
  • Varesi n°59 of November 23, 2011: qFDC Coin sold for 920€

Project C – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Project C - 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915
Project C – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

TRIAL coin (PROVA) on Nickel with the King’s bare head on the Obverse and spike on the Reverse. Classified as R2.

  • Nomisma Auction n°53 of October 20, 2015: FDC wavy contour specimen sold for 7.316€.
  • Numismatic Felsinea Auction n°4 of 29 March 2019: FDC from 2.98g sold at 840€.
  • Bolaffi n°25 of 20 April 2000: coin in BU solt at 960€.

Project D – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Project D - 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915
Project D – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Coin minted in 1915 with the head of a woman facing right on the obverse. On the reverse side a spike, the decimal value and also the year. Classifiable R2

  • Nomisma Auction n°43 of May 7, 2018: specimen with wavy contour in FDC won for 2.300€.
  • Auction Montenegro n°13 of 29 March 2019: in FDC sold for 840€
  • Nomisma n°45 Auction of May 12, 2012: FDC coin sold for 978€.

Project E – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Project E - 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915
Project E – 10 Lira Cent Coin 1915

Test with 3.5 mm hole on Nickel with female figure or Eagle on the Obverse and Ear on the reverse. They are classified as R3 and R4.

  • Nomisma Auction n°53 of October 20, 2015: R4 with FDC “muliebre figure” sold at 1.888€.
  • Montenegro n°13 del 29 Marzo 2019: R3 Aquila ristampa su moneta da 20 centesimi Umberto I in qFDC battuta a 3.840€
  • Montenegro n°13 of 29 March 2019: R3 with Eagle Coin in FDC sold at 1.380€

Rare 10 Lira Cents

The 10 rare cents are different, most of them are Print Proofs, Projects, Experiments or Sample Coins:

  • 10 Cents 1866 R5 (Parigi o Strasburgo)
  • PROVA 10 Cents 1867 Bruxelles
  • R3 10 Cents 1862 ESPERIMENTO
  • 10 Cents 1894 R – Roma
  • 10 Cents 1908 MONETA CAMPIONE
  • PROVA 10 Cents 1908
  • 10 Cents1915 R2/R3/R4PROGETTI
  • Ape Dieci Cents 1919 R
  • PROVA 10 Cents 1919 Ape R2
  • 10 Cents 1936 R3Prova su Rame
  • R3 10 Cents Ape – Prova in nichelio
  • R4 10 Cents 1939 – Prova su Bronzital
  • 10 Cents 1942 R5Prova su Alluminio
  • R5 10 Cents 1943 – Prova su Alluminio

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