Elizabeth II, 20 Pence 1993 Proof

The 20 Pence piece although only having been minted since 1982 has turned out to be one of if not the most popular denomination. We have come across a small group of the coins dated 1989-1998 in Proof condition. Here we present the 1993 20 Pence. They are struck in cupro-nickel and come from the Proof Sets of those years. A beautiful coin and you cannot get them in any higher grade…
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SKU: CLC7556
£5.50
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