East Caribbean States, $10 commemorative, 1981. BU Prooflike

Crown-sized $10 commemorative issued in 1981 to for the World Food Day, 16 October.
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SKU: FCE8121
£9.95

The East Caribbean States were formerly the British Caribbean Territories. This was the first $10.00 that they ever struck. It was issued in 1981 some 35 years ago for the FAO or World Food Organization of the United Nations.
It is a large cupronickel coin and today catalogues $16.50 in Brilliant Uncirculated.

A rather plain design with the FAO logo on one side and the value on the other side.
They are in Prooflike Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

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