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South Africa - 8.80 Rand - New-look Circulation set 8,80 Rand - coin set 2023

Unit: kmpl
Price:
49,00 €
Qty.: - +
Mintage: 10 000 sets

NEW COINS FOR SA IN 2023 The statement said Cabinet approved the dimension, design and compilation of the Fourth Decimal Coin Series of South Africa for the year 2023. Cabinet also approved the annual rotational system for the languages used on the next coin series. The word “South Africa” will appear on one side of the coins – the country’s name will be printed on the coins in all 11 official languages. “Three languages will be used in the R5 coin; two languages R2; 50c, 20c and 10c coins and the R1 will be in one language. All these languages will be used on an annual rotational basis over the next 10 years,” read the statement.
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Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 63,160 g
Quality: B.U.

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Quality: Unc
Mintage: 100 000 sets

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