Isle of Man 50 Pence Dawson P33 Unc

When the Bank of England discontinued the paper 10 shilling note on decimalisation, it replaced it with a 50 pence coin. In the Isle of Man, instead of ditching the 10 shilling note for a coin it replaced it with a new note with the denomination of 50 New Pence. (P33) These Isle of Man 50 pence coins are amongst the last to be issued Signed by Dawson as Treasurer. They are in Crisp Uncirculated.
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Isle of Man 50 New Pence P33 Turquoise on white Queen at r/ Viking ship Unc

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