Swatini (Swaziland) Mint Set 2015 (6 coins)

Countries change their name from time to time and the African nation of Swaziland has done just that. But they changed their name to eSwatini something I cannot even pronounce. This could be their last coins ever with the name Swaziland still on them. There are six coins including three big ones in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. You get the 10 Cents with sugar canes, 20 Cents with an elephant, 50 Cents with a lion and an elephant, 1 Lilangeni with a native woman, 2 Lilangeni with a flower, and 5 Lilangeni with their coat of arms with a lion and an elephant. Who knows when the new coins are due but no doubt they will not have the name Swaziland on them. A nice set and sure to be replaced shortly with a new name on them.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FES1001
£6.95
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