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Tunisian historical gold coins

Published by Kirke Sööt in category Financial news on 06.12.2006
Gold price (XAU-EUR)
2168,06 EUR/oz
- 32,08 EUR
Silver price (XAG-EUR)
27,65 EUR/oz
- 1,04 EUR

Tunisia has a long and rich history. Over times Tunisia has been ruled by many different countries, among others Roman Empire, Turky and France.

Tunisian coins have been denominated in sultani and half sultani, later in piastres, changing to francs under the French (1891-1960). From the beginning of the Republic, they are denominated in dinars.

Our coins are from the time that Tunisia was under the French.


The obverse features the country’s name in French TUNISIE, the denomination 20 FRANCS, year of release, and the mintmark A for the Paris mint all within a circle. The area outside the circle has arabesque scrolling.

The reverse has the toughra for Sultan Ali Bey or Muhamad Al-Hadi Bey with Arabic legends for the country, the denomination and the date according to Islamic calendar Hijri.

Nimiväärtus  Diameeter Kulla proov

Kaal kaal

Kulla sisaldus
Troy untsides (oz)
20 Francs 21.15 mm 900 6.4516 g 0.1867 oz


  • The minimum purchase amount is 20 coins at once.
  • The Price of coins is the same with Swiss Vreneli and French Marianne (VNS and VNF).
  • The coins are sold until available in stock.

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