Shapes of Africa. Cut-Out Silver Coin Collection Meerkat. Djibouti 250 Fr 2019. 99,9% silver coin 1 oz

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99,00 €
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Country Djibouti
Year 2018
Face Value: 250 Francs
Silver: 99.9%
Weight; 31.1 g
Diameter; 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Mintage; 7.500 pcs


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Country Djibouti
Year 2018
Face Value: 250 Francs
Silver: 99.9%
Weight; 31.1 g
Diameter; 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Mintage; 7.500 pcs


99,00 €
Country Djibouti
Year 2018
Face Value: 250 Francs
Silver: 99.9%
Weight; 31.1 g
Diameter; 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Mintage; 7.500 pcs


99,00 €
Country Djibouti
Year 2018
Face Value: 250 Francs
Silver: 99.9%
Weight; 31.1 g
Diameter; 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Mintage; 7.500 pcs


99,00 €
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Face Value: 250 Francs
Silver: 99.9%
Weight; 31.1 g
Diameter; 50 mm
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Mintage; 7.500 pcs


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