Zimbabwe, Mint Set 2014 (5 coins)

Zimbabwe had the most incredible inflation and at one time they issued a 100 Trillion Dollar bill. Things are a little better now but in 2014 they issued a series of coins that were called ‘Bond Coins’. They look just like regular coins but are ‘guaranteed’ by a Government Bond. You have the 1 Bond Cent, 5 Bond Cents, 10 Bond Cents, 25 Bond Cents and 50 Bond Cents. All five coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated and not easy to get. Getting them was both difficult and expensive on the other hand it is the first time we have ever offered Bond Coins. Get them while you can, we were only allocated 100 sets and once they are gone…
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£8.95
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