Tokelau Komodo Dragon $2 One Ounce Silver 2022

A silver one ounce from Tokelau, a $2 and dated 2022 It features the Komodo Dragon, the pre-historic beast that only exists on the Indonesian island of Komodo.
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SKU: FTK2022
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