Summer Olympic Coins - 1992 Barcelona Games - Dimensions

Dimensions

Denomination Diameter Weight Thickness Composition Mint Mark
25 Pesetas 19.50 mm with a hole in center 4.25 grams 2.11 mm 88.4% copper, 5% nickel, 5% aluminum, 1% iron, 0.6% magnesium M with crown on top
2000 Pesetas 40 mm 27 grams 2.45 mm 925 silver and 75 copper M with crown on top
10,000 Pesetas 19 mm 3.37 grams 0.75 mm 999 gold M with crown on top
20,000 Pesetas 23 mm 6.75 grams 1.02 mm 999 gold M with crown on top
80,000 Pesetas 38 mm 27 grams 1.45 mm 999 gold M with crown on top

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