St. Thomas & Prince, Two Scarce Coins Uncirculated

Why are these two coins scarce? Because they no longer make small coins for circulation, they use banknotes. These two coins were issued in 1971 and the English version of their name is Saint Thomas & Prince Islands. Both the 10 Centavos and the 20 Centavos are one year only type coins. And now 48 years old. They are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and coins that you just don’t see any more. Scarce coins from a country that no longer makes small coins. If you don’t have them then this is your chance to get two scarce coins.
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SKU: FST9901
£9.95
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