The Swiss 1 Franc Silver Coin was minted between 1875 and 1967. Switzerland pulled all silver coins from circulation in 1967 when silver value remained above the face value of the coins. The coin has a diameter of 23.2 mm and a fine metal content of .1342 oz of pure silver.
The obverse features Helvetia, the personification of the Swiss Confederation, standing with lance and shield at her side, surrounded by a star border. The reverse of the coin is composed of a large wreath, which signifies the Swiss Confederation, enclosing the value and date of the coin.
This coin is offered by Gainesville Coins in our choice of random dates, depending on present inventory.