50 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin | Chile


50 Pesos Liberty Gold Coin Chile - Front

Fineweight: 9.15 g
Purity: 900/1000
Country: Chile
Year: Different
Mint: Casa de Moneda Santiago
Tax: Taxfree acc. to §25c UStG
Grading: Circulated, fine
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Product Description

Chilean 50 Pesos Gold Coins were minted by Banco Central de Chile in the time from 1895-1980. They are traded as bullion coins and well-preserved pieces may have value to collectors.

Fine Weight and Fineness

50 Pesos Gold Coins have a fineness of 900/1000. The alloy consists of 90% gold and 10% copper. The fine weight is 9.17g with a total weight of 10.17g. Due to the high proportion of copper the coin is durable and has good scratch resistance.


The Chilean Pesos has an edge bar and a rippled edge. There is a decorative circle around the outer edge on both sides of the gold coin.


The obverse depicts the goddess Liberty, with a laurel wreath in her hair. The personification of the Goddess Liberty comes from Roman mythology. A star is imprinted below the motive and is part of the Chilean coat of arms and flag.

The star represents the Chilean Indians as well as honor and progress. Above the motif the inscription "Republica de Chile" is seen, below the motive the year of mintage is shown.


The back shows the Chilean coat of arms, which was introduced 1834. The caption reads "50 Ps Cincuenta pesos" and "Cinco Condores".

Chilean Pesos Gold Coins

Chile coined the Pesos gold coins series in the denominations of 1 pesos, 2 pesos, 5 pesos, 10 pesos, 20 pesos, 50 pesos and 100 pesos between 1851 and 1980. In denominations smaller than the 50 pesos coin, the fine weight and fineness were altered in some editions.


Country: Chile

Fineness: 900/1000

Years of Mintage: 1895-1980

Fine weight: 9.15g

Total weight 10.17g

Denomination: 50 Pesos