Cuba, 1995 UN Crown BU

In 1995 the Royal Mint issued a series of crowns for the 50th anniversary of the United Nations. Countries from as far afield as Bhutan and Barbados joined the programme. Years ago we bought out all the crowns that remained. Due to our move to our New Customer Service Department, we found one that we knew we had but was always missing, the scarce one, the full-sized Cuban United Nations Crown. This full crownsized 1 Peso has 5 children and a dove of peace on one side and the arms of Cuba on the other side. We don’t know if these crowns were struck by the Royal Mint or the Cuban Mint, we do know that many collectors are looking for it.
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SKU: FCU1050
£8.50
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