Colombia 5 Coin Mint Set

Colombia is now one of the most go ahead countries in South America. It has gotten rid of most of the drug dealers and is now joining the rest of the world in working hard and growing. Their new coins express this ‘go get them’ image and I think they are rather special, all showing animals. They are all dated 2013-2014 and are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The two largest denominations are bi-metallic. You get the 50 Pesos with a bear on it, the 100 Pesos a flowering plant, 200 Pesos with a parrot, 500 Pesos with a frog and the 1000 Pesos with a tortoise on it. The designs are beautiful and it is one of the nicest modern sets that we have seen. Unfortunately, we were only allocated 100 sets of the new coinage, seems there is a small problem about taking the coins out of the country. Never-the-less our man managed to get us 100 Brilliant Uncirculated sets. Don’t miss out.
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SKU: FCM1000
£6.95
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