Edward VIII, East Africa, 10c Heaton Mint Very Fine

It has been years since we last offered these East African 10 Cents of King Edward VIII. These are much more difficult to find than the British West African issues. This was the largest denomination issued for this monarch, they were dated 1936 and minted in Heaton. You have the date on one side and a crown with the King’s name on the other side. We can offer them in Very Fine condition.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FEA8538
£6.95
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