Rhodesian Independence – 1965.

Bronze 38mm. Obv. Bust of Ian Smith in field of diamonds. Rev. cross divides main industrial scenes, mining, power generation, and agriculture. Uncirculated
Availability: In stock
SKU: IJM10026
£28.00
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