Strike year: 2014
Preservation grade*: PP
Mass: 40 g
Gold content: 36.68 g
Face value: 200 EUR
This year the Philatelic and Numismatic Office concludes its triennial theme dedicated to the theological virtues with the final 200 euro coin dedicated to charity The obverse side of the coin shows the usual artistic interpretation of the tace of our dear Pope Francis. The reverse side displays instead a detail of the allegorica! representation of charity as depicted in one of the predella sections of the Baglioni altarpiece by Raphael, found in the Pin acoteca of the Vatican Museums.
|Tax||The tax for gold and silver coins is accounted from the difference in price on 102. and 104. article in ZDDV-1 and is on 110. article in ZDDV-1 not shown on the invoice.|
|Preservation||PP: Proof coin struck using a special, high-quality minting process, and made especially for collectors. Modern proof coins often have mirror-like fields and frosted devices.|