South Africa, Krugerrand 2019 Brilliant Unc

We have just had in our supply of the NEW 2019 South Africa Silver Krugerrand. It now appears that they are going to make them every year, which is great for collectors. Another series to collect, beautiful quality and reasonable prices, what more can you ask for? Each piece contains one ounce of pure Silver and is in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition. If you bought last year’s issue, then you will want to add this one to your collection too. Best to get in at the beginning, when prices are cheapest. The longer a series goes on, the more difficult the earlier issues are to get.
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SKU: FSA5302
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