Elizabeth II, 10 Pence 2000 Silver Proof

This Sterling Silver Proof version of the 10 Pence piece was struck for collectors in 2000, at the turn of the Millennium. This 10 Pence is struck in Proof Sterling Silver and would make an excellent addition to your collection. Re-live the Millennium with this most unusual coin.
Availability: In stock
SKU: CLR7810
£19.95
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