Fiji, 10 Dollars 2000 Queen Mother 100th Birthday Proof Sterling Silver

This handsome Sterling Silver Proof $10 was issued by the South Pacific island nation of Fiji to celebrate the late Queen Mother’s 100th birthday. It is most unusual in that although it is struck in Proof Sterling Silver, the outer rim has been gold plated to simulate a bi-metallic coin. You have the young Elizabeth and David playing with a cart in 1904 on one side and her Daughter Queen Elizabeth II on the other side. These are beautiful Proof Sterling Silver crowns which today the mints would be asking £60-£95 for. But at Coincraft when we buy right, you buy right! So while supplies last you can own one for an incredible price.
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SKU: FFJ8116
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