Italy 1874 Cinque Lire Fine
Old attractive toning on the obverse. .900 silver.
Italy had a spending problem. It was undermining the stability of the Latin Monetary Union back in the 1860’s. Based on the silver French 5 Franc piece, France, Belgium, Switzerland and Italy were supposed to have freely interchangeable silver coins that could be accepted anywhere. It didn’t work.
More on that history here: https://archive.org/details/historyoflatinmo00willuoft and here: http://topendcoins.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/JEI_30_1_93_120_2013600065.pdf
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