Netherlands East Indies, 1945 Set of Three BU

This is a set of the last coins struck for the Netherlands East Indies, but it is also a very special set of coins. First, they are the last coins of the Netherlands East Indies. Second, they were struck during World War II, and third, they were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in the United States. There are three coins all dated 1945, 1/2 Cent, 1 Cent, and 2 1/2 Cents all in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. A dealer friend of ours found them at the bottom of his cupboard. He found just 100 sets.
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