50 øre (Norway) - 50 øre (Noruega)

50 øre ( Norwegian krone )
Currency out of course
Femtiøring en noruego nynorsk
Ambit Norway

The 50 øre coin was a coin that circulated in Norway between the years 1874 and 2012 . [ 1 ]

The currency can be exchanged at the Bank of Norway until 1 of maypole of 2022 , ten years after his retirement, he was as of 1 of maypole of 2012 .

It is worth highlighting a curiosity. 80% of the 50 øre coins that were manufactured in the year 2011 , the year number 2011 had the figure of "1" backwards. [ 2 ]

The 50 øre coins that circulated during the years 1996 to 2011, had a simple design. The reverse had as its cover a decoration on the walls of the Urnes Stave Church , the name of the country and the year of issue, and, on the obverse, it had a royal crown, the mark of the Norwegian mint and the hammer. iron from "krosslagde".

After the withdrawal of this coin, the prices were adjusted for rounding. For example, a package of fruit that cost 11.50 kr. Had to be changed to 11 kr or 12 kr.

characteristics

Collection of this coin before its withdrawal.
  • Diameter: 18.5 mm.
  • Thickness of: 1.7 mm.
  • Weight: 3.6 g.
  • Alloy: 97% copper , 2.5% zinc , 0.5% tin .
  • Edge: Smooth.

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