Elizabeth II, £2 (Dove of Peace - End World War II) 1995 Silver Proof

Silver Proof £2 coin commemorative of the 50th Anniversary of the End of World War II. The Dove of Peace on the reverse and Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. Each coin comes in a protective capsule.
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SKU: CLE7240
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