- Graubünden frank
The Frank was the currency of the
Helvetian Republicfrom 1798. The Helvetian Republic ceased issuing coins in 1803. Graubünden issued coins between 1807 and 1842. In 1850, the Swiss francwas introduced, with 1½ Swiss francs = 1 Graubünden Frank.
Billon coins were issued in denominations of frac|6, ½ and 1 Batzen, with silver coins for 5 and 10 Batzen.
*numis cite SCWC | date=1991
Standard numismatics external links
gfd_1_url = Switzerland
gfd_1_name = Switzerland
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