Elizabeth II, Welsh Pound Coin Uncirculated, 1990

As the round pound is no longer being made, many collectors will be trying to put together a date set in Uncirculated condition and let us tell you many of the dates are tough in Uncirculated. Not many people put away pound coins, after all it was a considerable amount of money. This round pound was struck in 1990 and has the Welsh leek inside a crown. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and are now 28 years old.
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SKU: UPD90B
£6.95
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