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Germany 2€ commemorative coin 2023 - Bundeslander series – Mecklenburg-Vorpommern - Königsstuhl

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set of 5 coins (A; G; D; J, F)
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Issuing volume: 30 000 000 coins

Issuing date: January 2024

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Issuing volume: 30 000 000 coins

Issuing date: January 2023

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Issuing volume: 30 000 000 coins

Issuing date: January 2023

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