Spain, Three sets of coins, 9 in total

One of our sources managed to supply 98 sets of these Spanish coin sets. First you get the set of 3 coins (1, 5 & 25 Pesetas) issued under Franco. Then you get 3 other coins (1, 5 & 25 Pesetas) issued under Juan Carlos. Finally you get 3 coins issued under King Juan Carlos but for The 1982 Football World Cup. You get a total of 9 different Spanish coins, showing two rulers and one with Football commemorative coins. The coins are circulated but have been specially selected for our collectors. Remember just 98 sets of 9 coins available.
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SKU: FSP9960
£8.95
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