North Korea, 1 Won 1987 Proof

This 1 Won was issued by North Korea 1987, 34 years ago. At that time North Korea was even more isolated than it is today. You have their flag flying behind a giant tower. Each cupronickel coin is struck in Proof condition and comes in the presentation capsule. These were put away and forgot years ago. We cannot remember seeing any for sale for years. its from North Korea, its 34 years old, it’s a Proof coin and sold at a great price. Get it. PLEASE NOTE WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT PAYPAL AS PAYMENT FOR THIS ITEM
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SKU: FNK8010
£12.50

PLEASE NOTE WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT PAYPAL AS PAYMENT FOR THIS ITEM

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