50 pennia coin Finland (brown bear)
The Bank of Finland issued Finnish Markka coins in 8 different denominations, including this 50 pennia coin Finland (brown bear). They are part of the Finnish Markka coins series. The Bank of Finland started issuing these 0.5 Finnish Markka coins in 1990. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2002.
The coin of 50 pennia is the equivalent of half a Finnish markka. The obverse side of the cupronickel 50p coin shows the denomination in Finland’s two official languages, Finnish and Swedish, surrounded by haircap moss. The reverse side of the 0.50 FIM piece shows a brown bear, the largest predator in Europe.
Do you have a 50 pennia coin Finland (brown bear)? Here's how to exchange it for cash:
- Indicate how many 0.5 Finnish Markka coins you want to exchange
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1 FIM = £0.0025
You get: £0.00
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