Elizabeth II, 1967 Sandhill Mint Set

This is a set of the last pre-decimal coins issued for circulation all the coins are Uncirculated and dated 1967. The set contains the 1/2d, 1d, 3d, 6d, 2/- and 2/6. There is no shilling as the last shilling was minted in 1966. The case is one of Sandhill plastic display cases and is being collected on its own, a dealer paid me £5 each for the empty cases. You get the case plus all the 1967 pre-decimal coins in uncirculated for just £19.50 but please remember that we only have 20 collections in stock.
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SKU: CLA9422
£19.50
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