Nepal, 7 Coin Set Unc

Having been to Nepal we can tell you that getting any coins is almost impossible in your change. The face value is so low that it costs more to strike the coins than you can spend them for. So we were very excited when we were offered a set of seven Uncirculated coins from Nepal. Six of them are struck in aluminium and the other in gold-coloured metal. You get 1, 2, 5, 5, 10, 25 and 50 Paisa. They have a crown, ox, horse, trident with sun and moon, and other symbols on the coins, most are from about 20-30 years ago. They are almost impossible to find in Nepal, but you can find them in London. You get all seven different Uncirculated coins! Try finding them elsewhere...
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£6.95
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