Cuba, 1 Peso 1995 OXEN Cupro Nickel

This One Peso coin was issued by Cuba in 1995 for the FAO or Food for All series of the United Nations. You have oxen on one side and the arms of Cuba on the other side. This One Peso is struck in cupronickel and the mintage is just 5,684 pieces. They are in Uncirculated condition but have mellowed a little over the past 26 years. Supplies are very limited and it would make a wonderful gift for a farmer.
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SKU: FCU0145
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