Malawi, Set of 10 Frogs Silver plated in colour

One of our sources for African coins has come up with a winner. Unfortunately he was only able to find 84 sets, so please be warned if you love frogs only 84 our collectors can have one. It is a collection of 10 different 10 Kwacha coins from Malawi each depicting a different frog. Darwin Frog, Blue Poison Arrow Frog, Amazon Horned Frog, Tree Frog, Carrikeri Harlequin Frog, Malagasy Rainbow Frog, Purple Frog, Golden Harlequin Frog, Panamanian Gold Frog and Dyeing Poison Arrow Frog. 10 Different beautiful coins in full colour and heavily silver plated, in fact one dealer once bought some as silver proofs. You get the whole collection of 10 different Malawi Frog coins not for the £95.00 they originally sold for but just £45 for all ten coins. But please remember that we have only 84 sets available. If you love frogs it is a great collection, even if you don’t love frogs but only like them it is still a great deal and you save £50.00 on the collection.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FMW4630
£45.00
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