Sweden, 2 Kroner 1950 Uncirculated

This Silver 2 Kroner coin was issued in Sweden under King Gustaf V in 1950 and was the highest denomination coin struck at the time. It was also the last date of issue, the King died in 1950. We bought a fantastic high-grade lot of these beautiful silver coins. We can offer them in Uncirculated condition which is not bad for a 72 year old silver coin! Well worth having and difficult to get so nice…
Availability: In stock
SKU: FSW9928
£35.00
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