1965 Venezuela 1 bolivar PCGS MS66

Simon Bolivar, the famous leader involved in the fight for independence from Spain in the early 1800's, is depicted on the obverse. Indeed, even the denomination is based on his name.

The coat of arms of Venezuela on the reverse includes a running horse symbolizing independence and freedom. It has been suggested that this horse represents Simon Bolivar's horse, Palomo.

This coin has lovely champagne toning over both obverse and reverse.

As of this writing, the PCGS population lists only this one MS66 with only one graded higher.

KM- Y#37a 23mm 0.835 fine silver ASW 0.1342 troy oz.

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