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20 Francs Tunisia Gold Coin – Ruler Ali Bey – 1891-1903

20 Francs Tunisia Gold Coin – Ruler Ali Bey – 1891-1903


The Tunisian 20 franc gold coin, also referred to as the Tunisie 20 francs, was issued by the Paris mint from 1891 to 1904 after Tunisia had become a French protectorate. This coin  is made from  21.6 karat gold and is embellished with Arabic legends and well-formed arabesque decoration. Tunisian 20 franc gold coins dated pre-1904 are relatively scarce and are highly collectable, as they were melted down and lost over time.

The obverse features two styles which are very similar; both feature Tunisian inscriptions in the center with a shrub of leaves on each side and a beaded circle on the edge of the rim.  The reverse side features the inscriptions “TUNISIE 20 FRANCS” with the year below inside a circle that is surrounding by vines with the same beaded circle on the edge.

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The Tunisian Gold coin was struck in Paris when Tunisia was a French protectorate, making it a great way to represent Africa in any world coin collection.  Ali Bey (14 August 1817 – 11 June 1902) was the Husainid Bey of Tunis from 1882 until his death. He was the first ruler under the French protectorate.


Coin Highlights:

  • Contains .1867 oz. of Gold.
  • Struck to the same standards as their contemporary French Gold 20 Francs.
  • Each coin will be in protective packaging.
  • Obverse: Arabic calligraphy within branches.
  • Reverse: Denomination and date within a central circle.
  • Struck at the Paris Mint.
  • Coins come in Extra Fine to Almost Uncirculated condition.

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.1867 oz

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