Denmark, 3 coin set with holes

This is a Coincraft Special Offer! Three coins from Denmark each issued with hole in the centre. They were used up until World War Two and then they were replaced. The coins are the 1, 2 and 5 Ore struck in copper and with that hole in the middle. This was in order to differentiate denominations that were of similer size and metal. This is not a set you see everyday, infact you don’t see all that often at all. One of our dealers came up with this hoard and at a price we just could not believe. At Coincraft if when we make a good buy, our collectors make a good buy. You can have this interesting set of three Danish coins used up to World War Two for just £3.75. Get them while you can it sure is a Special Offer.
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