Spain, 1 Peseta (Civil War) 1937

Between 1936-1938 Spain was involved in a Civil War. Some of the opposing factions struck their own coins. This One Peseta actually struck by the Spanish Republic and thus is ‘more legitimate’. The One Peseta coin was dated 1937 and only struck for one year in brass. Two unusual coins in Very Fine and well worth adding to your collection. Supplies are very limited and I think they are very interesting.
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SKU: FSP8002
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