25 centimes (World War II Belgian coin)
||It has been suggested that this article be merged with 5 centimes (World War II Belgian coin), 10 centimes (World War II Belgian coin), 1 franc (World War II Belgian coin), 5 francs (World War II Belgian coin) and 2 francs (World War II Belgian coin) to Belgian coins of World War II. (Discuss) Proposed since July 2013.|
|Value||25 Belgian centimes|
|Thickness||1.8 - 1.9 mm|
|Years of minting||1941 - 1947|
L III L 1941
|Design||Denomination and three escutcheons
The 25 centimes coin was minted between 1941 and 1947, first by the Germans during the occupation of Belgium, and then by the Belgian government after World War II ended. The coin composed of 100% zinc, and was an emergency issue type. There are also two different varieties.
- Belgique-Belgie lettering
|1947||300,000||Rare (Not circulated)|
- Belgie-Belgique lettering
|1947||316,000 (Est. mintage)||Rare|
- "25 Centimes - Leopold III (BELGIQUE-BELGIE) - Belgium - Numista". Retrieved 2013-01-15.
- "25 Centimes - Leopold III (BELGIE-BELGIQUE) - Belgium - Numista". Retrieved 2013-01-15.