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Varieties exist. Erratically punched final two digits of date are common on these issues, especially 1935-1950. A very faint "17" is often observable beneath the final two digits on many dates of this type. A cursive numberal form is found on some 1941st. In 1946 there were coins with and without notches in the rim.
Small letter H on the reverse is not a mintmark. All the coins of 1918-1924, with this letter or without it, were minted in Bogotá.
Depicts a portrait of Liberty (left) wearing Phrygian cap with the inscription LIBERTAD (the Spanish word for "freedom") on the ribbon, country name above, date below.
REPÚBLICA DE COLOMBIA
Face value surrounded by a wreath. The mintmark (if any) below the wreath.
Philadelphia Mint (no mintmark)