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The Swiss ½ batzen coin is a circulation coin that was issued by the Helvetic Republic (encompassing modern Switzerland) from 1799 to 1803. The term may also refer to:

  • Aargau ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Aargau
  • Appenzell ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden
  • Basel ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by Basel
  • Bernese ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Bern
  • Fribourg ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Fribourg
  • Graubünden ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Graubünden
  • Lucerne ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Lucerne
  • Neuchâtel ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Neuchâtel
  • Nidwalden ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Nidwalden (Unterwalden nid dem Wald)
  • Obwalden ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Obwalden (Unterwalden ob dem Wald)
  • St. Gallen ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of St. Gallen
  • Schaffhausen ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Schaffhausen
  • Sion ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by Sion (Sitten)
  • Solothurn ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Solothurn
  • Thurgau ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Thurgau
  • Unterwalden ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Unterwalden
  • Uri ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Uri
  • Vaud ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by the Canton of Vaud
  • Zofingen ½ batzen coin, a coin issued by Zofingen

See also[]

  • Swiss 2 kreuzer coin
  • Swiss 5 rappen coin (disambiguation)
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