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As Italy talks earthquakes, eurobonds, and other disasters we can reflect on the first fifty euro cent they made. Like other 2002 Euros this is the most common of its type. Made in the billions they quickly dropped to less then five million a year by 2004. Look I am not saying the Euro is dead but gravely ill is not a stretch.
Sculpture of Marcus Aurelius on horseback is on the front with the first map of the Euro zone on the back..
Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 50 Euro Cent / Italy
Metal: 89% Copper, 5% Aluminum, 5% Zinc, and 1% Tin
Value: $0.62 in Extra-Fine
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