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R. Ingram Coins,
2 Avonborne Way,
Chandler's Ford,
Eastleigh,
SO53 1TF
ENGLAND

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Before 1826 the peso was a name often used for the silver Spanish eight-real coin. Following independence, Argentina began issuing its own coins, denominated in reales, soles and escudos, including silver eight-real (or sol) coins still known as pesos.

These coins, together with those from neighbouring countries, circulated until 1881.Between 1881-1970, gold coins of 5 and 2.5 pesos were to be used, silver coins of one peso and 50, 20, 10 and 5 centavos, and copper coins of 2 and 1 centavos.

Please see our Argentine Foreign Coins below:

Argentina

Item Date Description Grade Additional Desc Price
Argentina 50 Centavos 1883 Argentina 50 Centavos 1883 VF m/ms
£9.50
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Argentina 20 Centavos 1883 Argentina 20 Centavos 1883 GVF loop above head
£7.50
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Argentina 2 Centavos 1893 Argentina 2 Centavos 1893 VF
£6.00
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R. Ingram Coins,
2 Avonborne Way,
Chandler's Ford,
Eastleigh,
SO53 1TF
ENGLAND

T: 02380275079
E: [email protected]