Lunar Year of the Rabbit 2023 Cameroon 500 Francs CFA 99,9% silver coin /pedant, 10 g.

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99,00 €
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Face Value: 500 Fr
Quality Proof
Diameter: 13 x 30 mm
Silver: 99,9,%
Total Weight 10 g
Mintage: 500


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