Latvia, 50 Santimu 1922

In 1922 Latvia issued a 50 Santimu coin for one year only. In fact the last early Latvian coin was in 1932 and then there were no more coins until 1992. This 50 Santimu is struck in nickel is a large coin and depicts a man steering a boat with a hand held tiller. It was only issued for that one year 1922 and the coins on offer are in Very Fine condition and they are a most wanted coins by collectors of ships and boats on coins. Yes, there is a large German club for collectors of ships on coins.
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£8.95
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