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Tennis great Roger Federer to have Swiss coin minted in his honour

Mid-Day Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Tennis legend Roger Federer will become the first living person in Switzerland to have a coin minted in his honour. The Federal Mint, Swissmint, has created a 20-franc silver coin bearing Federer's image. It's the first time in its history that Swissmint has created a commemorative coin to honour a living person. "The Federal...
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