Sweden Öre KM# 820

1952 TS

Sweden Öre obverse

Sweden Öre reverse


Composition: Bronze

Weight: 2.0000g

Diameter: 16mm


Obverse: Crown above inscription

Reverse: Value within circle divides date below crown

Edge Description: Plain


Ruler: Gustaf VI

Note: Varieties exist.

Numismatic specification data and valuation estimates provided by Active Interest Media’s NumisMaster.
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Price Guide

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Denom Mintage
1952 TS
Öre 3,819,000 $
1953 TS
Öre 22,635,800 $
1954 TS
Öre 15,492,000 $
1955 TS
Öre 24,008,000 $
1956 TS
Öre 20,792,000 $
1957 TS
Öre 21,018,500 $
1958 TS
Öre 20,220,000 $
1959 TS
Öre 14,027,500 $
1960 TS
Öre 21,840,000 $
1961 TS
Öre 11,457,500 $
Denom Mintage
1961 U
Öre 4,927,500 $
1962 U
Öre 19,692,500 $
1963 U
Öre 26,070,000 $
1964 U
Öre 19,290,000 $
1965 U
Öre 22,335,000 $
1966 U
Öre 24,092,500 $
1967 U
Öre 30,420,000 $
1968 U
Öre 20,760,000 $
1969 U
Öre 20,197,500 $
1970 U
Öre 44,400,000 $
Denom Mintage
1971 U
Öre 16,490,000 $

Melt Value = "¤"

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