British Caribbean Terretories 1965 2 Cent BU

We like to offer Uncirculated minor coins of the world at prices that will interest and amaze you and this example is no exception. From the British Caribbean Territories, a name that has now been changed we have a 2 Cents 1965 Brilliant Uncirculated. Supplies are limited and priced to please you.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FEC8350
£3.50
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