Sweden, Prooflike Mint Set 1983

1983 Swedish Prooflike Mint Set, it comes in the official hard display case just as it was issued. The Swedish Mint doesn't issue Proof Sets, so these are the highest grade coins you can find. Priced to sell and all is available in very small quantities. If this is for you, please get in quickly.
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