Shapes of America. Cut-Out Silver Coin Collection. Orca. Barbados 5$ 2020. 99,9% silver coin 1 oz

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99,00 €
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Weight 1 oz
Silver: 99.9%
Diameter: 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Issuing Country: Barbados
Year Date: 2020
Special Feature: "Flawless Cut-Out" Minting Technique
Mintage: 7,500
Face Value: 5 Dollars
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Weight 1 oz
Silver: 99.9%
Diameter: 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Issuing Country: Barbados
Year Date: 2020
Special Feature: "Flawless Cut-Out" Minting Technique
Mintage: 7,500
Face Value: 5 Dollars
99,00 €
Weight 1 oz
Silver: 99.9%
Diameter: 50 mm
Quality Prooflike
Issuing Country: Barbados
Year Date: 2020
Special Feature: "Flawless Cut-Out" Minting Technique
Mintage: 7,500
Face Value: 5 Dollars
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