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1974 Vatican Italy 50 Lire coin pendant olive branch Holy See Rome key apostolic episcopal diocese bishop pope Roman Catholic Church n001545

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Vatican City 50 Lire {1970-1976} 4S

Pavlvs VI

front: coat of arms of Pope Paulus VI

The crossed keys in the coat of arms of the Holy See symbolize the keys of heaven entrusted to Simon Peter. The keys are gold and silver to represent the power of loosing and binding. The gold key alludes to the power in the kingdom of the heavens and the silver key indicates the spiritual authority of the papacy on earth. The cord with the bows that unites the grips alludes to the bond between the two powers. The triple crown (the tiara) represents the pope's three functions as "supreme pastor", "supreme teacher" and "supreme priest". The gold cross on a monde (globe) surmounting the tiara symbolizes the sovereignty of Jesus.

Lettering: ·PAVLVS VI · P.M.·A.XIV · MCMLXXVI·

back: olive branch


• quantity 1
• demonetized {no longer in circulation} polished Stainless-steel coin
• diameter: 24.8 mm
• weight: 6.2 g

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