Swiss Confederation, 5 Francs 1922

In 1919 the Swiss Federal Council launched a competition for a new image of the 5-francs coin. Three years later, the new dies were ready. They bore the bust of a dairyman and the Swiss crest on the reverse. Of these coins, 2.4 million five-franc coins were struck. Then it was decided to stop the minting and to revise the crest again, for the cross still did not suffice to heraldic standards.

Year of issue

1922