Jordan, Crown in Pack Special UN In Colour Folder

This crown of Jordan was issued for the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations in 1995. Now Jordan is an exotic country, I have been there only once, but the people were so nice and friendly that Claire and I want to go back there again. This crown or 5 Dinars is struck in Uncirculated cupronickel by the Royal Mint. We have a small quantity of these in the full colour presentation package, as issued by the Royal Mint. For this issue only we are going to offer the Jordanian United Nations Crown in the full colour presentation package. Limit one per order, you shouldn’t miss out. After all the King on this crown is now dead and his son is now King.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FJR9940
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