Sierra Leone, Edward VIII Cupro-nickel

This Sierra Leone Edward VIII piece is one of the more difficult to get in cupro-nickel. We know this better than anyone else, because Richard had them struck. We found it the other day in a storeroom, supplies are limited and all are Uncirculated.
Availability: In stock
SKU: LSL4607
£14.95
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