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Ten Cent(English), South Africa, 1967, Nickel

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South Africa, 1967, Ten Cent, English, Nickel, Republic of South Africa(RSA) Series, Second decimal Series(1965 to 1989)



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Jan Anthoniszoon Van Riebeeck(Jan van Riebeeck) was born on the 21th April 1619 in Culemborg, 

Netherlands and died on the 18th January 1677 in Batavia, Dutch East Indies(now called Jakarta, Indon). He was a Dutch colonial administrator and founder of Cape Town in 1652.

Coin Specifications

Country

South Africa

Year

1967(1965-1969)

Value

10c, 10 Cent, ten cent

Metal

Nickel Fine

Weight

4.00gm

Diameter

20.70mm

Thickness

1.72mm

Obverse Design

 Tommy Sasseen (TS)

Reverse Design

Tommy Sasseen(TS)

Shape

Round

Demonetized

Yes, last issue was in 1989

Obverse

Portrait of Jan van Riebeeck (1619-1677), Dutch Colonial Administrator and founder of Cape Town.

Lettering:

SOUTH AFRICA

1967

Reverse

The Aloe Plant (Common name is Aloe Vera. This plant is a lasting, succulent plant and can grow to four feet tall. It has tough, fleshy, spear like leaves that can grow up to 36 inches long)

Lettering:

10

Edge

Smooth

Mintage

 

Mintage

Proof Mintage

1965E

29,210,148

/

1965A

29,235,221

24,988

1966E

3,709,767

25,000

1966A

3,684,767

/

1967E

75,336

25,000

1967A

50,336

/

1968E

50,000

/

1968A

75,000

25,000

1969E

557,653

12,000

1969A

557,653

/

1970

7,607,782

10,000

1971

6,452,233

12,000

1972

10,037,729

10,000

1973

1,770,351

10,850

1974

9,911,600

15,000

1975

13,000,000

18,000

1976

31,006,878

21,000

1977

28,870,157

19,000

1978

25,026,000

17,000

1979

5,058,590

15,000

1980

5,054,671

15,000

1981

9,633,850

10,000

1982

15,840,212

12,000

1983

26,536,514

14,135

1984

35,501,069

11,250

1985

29,289,658

9,859

1986

25,496,200

7,000

1987

43,240,781

6,781

1988

48,920,030

7,250

1989

73,241,721

9,571

 

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Ten Cent(English), South Africa, 1967, Nickel

Ten Cent(English), South Africa, 1967, Nickel

South Africa, 1967, Ten Cent, English, Nickel, Republic of South Africa(RSA) Series, Second decimal Series(1965 to 1989)



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