Zambia Three-Coin Set

In 2012 Zambia issued new coins that came into circulation from January 1, 2013, and are still in use today. There are 3 coins in this particular set and all have the national coat of arms on the obverse and native fauna on the reverse. The 5 ngwee has the Zambezi Indigo bird, the 50 ngwee shows an African elephant and the 1 kwacha has a Zambian Barbet. All 3 coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
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Brilliant Uncirculated condition.

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