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Vatican 50 cents 2023. Coin card

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9,90 €
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Face Value: 50 Eurocent
Sculptor: Daniela Longo
Engraver: Ettore Lorenzo Frapiccini
Dimensions: 85,5 x 54 mm
Mint: IPZS (Italy)
Mintage: 60 000 coincards

The Mint of the Vatican City State presents the Vatican Coin Card N. 14, a blister card showing the Holy Father with a 50 cent euro coin bearing the date 2023.
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Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated
Issue limit: 11 ,500
Alloy: Base Metal
Denomination: Euro
Number of coins: 8


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Metal: cipper/nickel
weight: 9,2 g
Diameter: 27 mm
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