Canada, Newfoundland, George VI 10 Cents

Newfoundland was originally a part of Canada which issued its own coinage, now it is part of the Confederation of Canada and they use Canadian coins. This is the Silver Ten Cents issued under King George VI. It has the crowned Monarch on one side the value and date on the other side. I have many of the George VI 5 Cents, but the last time I ran the George VI 10 Cents they quickly sold out. With luck a dealer travelling in Canada came across a small group of this important silver ten cents. I say important because Newfoundland no longer issues its own coinage, and you would need one for your coin of a country collection. The coins are in Very Fine condition and struck in Silver, remember this country no longer issues its own coinage.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FNF7002
£9.95
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