Spain 19 Different Pre-Euro Coins

The man who makes our sets of European coins pre the Euro, has come up with his best collection yet! He has put together a collection of 19 different pre-Euro Spanish coins. He said he was going to do it and to be honest we didn’t think that he could do it, especially at the price he quoted. He is as good as his word and here they are: 10 Centimos (1), 50 Centimos (1), 1 Peseta (5), 5 Pesetas (10). 10 Pesetas (1) and 25 Pesetas (1). A total of 19 different Spanish coins all in selected circulated condition.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FSP9004
£14.95
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