Malaya & British Borneo, 10c 1961 Unc

This is a fantastic coin because it represents two countries that no longer exist and yet it carries the portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. It is a 10 Cents issued by Malaya & British Borneo in 1961 just 9 years after she took the throne and the last year that they were issued. They are in Uncirculated condition but have mellowed just a bit over the past 61 years. Very Difficult to find today and somewhat rare.
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SKU: FMS8362
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