Swiss 1881 Silver Shooting Medal 5 Francs Fribourg Switzerland R-403a PCGS MS62
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Swiss 1881 Silver Shooting Medal 5 Francs Fribourg Switzerland R-403a PCGS MS62

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Confederation Shooting Festival 5 Francs  ("Shooting Thaler") 

Authenticity is certified by PCGS Professional Coin Grading Service as MS62

struck for the Shooting Festival in Fribourg commemorating the Entry of Fribourg and Solothurn into the Swiss Confederation 400 years earlier in 1481 

With a Mintage of only 30,000 pieces, this is an incredibly superb high-grade example from this popular and highly collectible series.

Composition: Silver

Fineness: 0.8350

Designer: Edouard Durossel, Berne

Year: 1881

Weight:  25,00 g.

Diameter: 37 mm

Catalogs: KM#S15, Richter-403a, Krause-83, Martin-217, Davenport 389, HMZ 2-1343m

Obverse: Female laureated and to gate personification of the Swiss Confederation, holding Swiss flag and olive branch. A shooter holding a crossbow and an armored foot soldier, holding sword and axe, both leaning on shields. 

Legend: ENTREE DE FRIBOURG & SOLEURE DANS LA CONFEDERATION SUISSE 1481

Translated: "Entry of Fribourg and Solothurn into the Swiss Confederation 1481"

Reverse: Swiss cross within ray of lights above arms of Bern in front of crossed rifles and wreath. Denomination (5 Fr.) below.

Legend: TIR FEDERAL A FRIBOURG 1881 ("Federal shoot in Fribourg") - 5 Fr 

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