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Just to finalize this post, just mention that unfortunately I could not check the places suggested by David. •
Alternatively, I found an antiques shop in the city of Antsirabe where they did have some coins. •
The place is called Broc Mada and is located one street behind the Antsenakely market. •
Google Maps says the street is called Rue de la Myre de Villiers, although don't expect to find street signs in Antsirabe!! •
Maybe this info helps other people travelling there. •
Best regards, •
Hi, thanks to all for your fast answer. •
I thought about the Zinc variant, but it's not documented for year 1935 and in any case is a super rare coin, so it's like if you win the lottery. Maybe someone knows an easy way to distinguish between Bronze and Zinc without damaging the coin. •
The coin is wore down, but you can still see the details on both sides, so it's difficult to think that material reduction and still keeping the details. •
A possibility is that this coins was minted with a thinner planchet. •
Best regards to all.
Michel, many thanks for your fast answer. •
Best regards, •
Yes, having a detailed look to both years, it's true the initials are in a different position. •
It's hard to see any difference in the coat of arms. •
Thanks to both for your contribution !!
Weeks ago I came across with the following coin from Argentina, which was supposed to be km85a 100 Pesos. •
When you look at the edge is like an iron or steel core with two outer yellow metal layers. •
This piece is magnetic. •
Someone having the same km85a coin, could you please confirm whether this is a real thing or just a fake issue. •
Thanks to all for your collaboration.