Yugoslavia, 50 Dinara 1938 Brilliant Unc

These Brilliant Uncirculated Silver coins from Yugoslavia were struck for one year only 1938. That makes them very important type coins and especially in such fantastic condition. They were issued by the Kingdom of Yugoslavia under Petar II. It was the German occupation of the country that stopped them striking coins. Both the 20 and 50 Dinar have the bare head of the King on one side and the crowned double eagle on the other side. These coins are struck in .750 fine Silver and are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Two fantastic coins, both one year types and in brilliant condition at just £22.50 and £28.50 respectively or the pair for just £49.50.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FYU9938
£28.50
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