Straits Settlements, George V 10 Cents 1927

Straits Settlements was a British enclave which is now Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo and other areas. They issued coins from Queen Victoria to George VI. The coin on offer here is the 1927 Silver 10 Cent. These coins are middle sized, valuable enough to be saved. You have the portrait of King George V on one side and the value on the other side. They are struck in silver and are in Fine condition. Not easy to find…
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SKU: FSS9940
£8.95
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