2 Leva – Ferdinand I, Bulgaria
Handmade coin ring from 2 leva, Bulgaria
- Metal: silver 0.835
- Years: 1912-1916
- Size of coin ring: 15 – 20 mm (47-63)
About the coin:
The lev was introduced as Bulgaria’s currency in 1881 with a value equal to the French franc. The gold standard was suspended between 1899 and 1906 and suspended again in 1912. Until 1916, Bulgaria’s silver and gold coins were issued to the same specifications as those of the Latin Monetary Union. Banknotes issued until 1928 were backed by gold (“leva zlato” or “zlatni”, “лева злато” or “златни”) or silver (“leva srebro” or “srebarni”, “лева сребро” or “сребърни”).
Bust of Ferdinand I, lettering around.
Lettering: ФЕРДИНАНДЪ I ЦАРЬ НА БЪЛГАРИТѢ
Translation: Ferdinand I the Tzar of the Bulgarians
Denomination above date within wreath.
Translation: 2 Leva
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NOTE: This is a handmade coin ring that used to be in circulation, which means that each coing ring is slightly different from the other. The ring you receive will not be exactly as pictured. Each ring is unique.
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