Cuba, 1 Peso La Volanta (Horse-drawn Coach) 1984

This Cuban One Peso coin was issued in 1984, some 33 years ago. It was part of the Transportation series and shows a horse-drawn carriage, which is known as La Volanta in Spanish. The mintage of this important coin is just 5,000 examples which is very very small for any series. But for Cuban coins, once the embargo is lifted in America, this may turn out to be a key coin.
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SKU: FCU9962
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