Guatemala, 1 Quetzal Proof No Spotting

This Rare crowned sized pattern 1 Quetzal from Guatemala has a mintage of just 150 pieces in Proof Brass. Unfortunately, most of them ended up with spots, presented here are the ones that have no spotting. You have a hummingbird on one side and the arms of Guatemala on the other side. They were struck in 1995 and remember the total mintage in brass was only 150 pieces total!
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