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In 1918, the liberty head 20 Centesimi (KM# 44) having become uneconomical to produce, the government dragged out of storage 309 metric tons of old copper-nickel twenty Centesimi from the reign of Umberto (KM# 28) and restruck them with this design. In 1920, supplies ran out and coining ceased. Most specimens show traces of the undertype.
Engraver: Attilio Silvio Motti
Crowned Savoy shield between twisted branches of laurel and oak. Up the motto: REGNO D'ITALIA. Below the initials of the engraver.
Value and date within a hexagon. The hexagon is surrounded by a laurel wreath. The mintmark is below the date.
The edge must be smooth but sometimes traces of reeding old copper-nickel twenty Centesimi from the reign of Umberto (KM# 28) are visible.
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