50 Uncirculated Coins from 50 Countries

We have just had in a new supply of one of our best sellers, ‘50 Coins from 50 Countries’. It contains one Uncirculated coin from each of 50 different world countries. There is a fully illustrated sheet with the coins; this identifies not only the country that the coins come from, but also their denomination. There is a square 2 Cents from the Eastern Caribbean, an Italian 20 Lira, they no longer issue their own coins. Other countries included, that no longer issue their own coinage are: Germany, Finland, Belgium and Spain. There are exotic places included such as: Falkland Islands, St. Helena, Tonga, Fiji, Guyana and many more. Every coin is Uncirculated and there are 50 different coins!. An interesting as well as an educational collection.
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SKU: FKL9314
£16.95

An interesting as well as an educational collection with coins from some exotic places and countries which no longer use their own coins.

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