Hong Kong, Edward VIII Brass (GM)

One of the most popular of the Edward VIII issues is the one struck for Hong Kong. Since its return to China, there have been literally a billion potential collectors for this series. You have the bare head of the King on one side and a sailing junk on the other. The coins are available in Silver Proof, Silver Piedfort and Brass, here we present the Silver Piedfort coin. Mintages are very low and supplies have almost run out…All that are left at old prices.
Availability: In stock
SKU: LHK4631
£8.95
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