Cuba, 1 Peso 1983. Uncirculated

Issued for the World Fisheries Conference depicting a lobster on one side.
SKU: FCU0163
£7.95

This Cuban Peso was issued in 1983 for the World Fisheries Conference. It depicts a Spiny lobster on one side in very high relief and the coat of arms of Cuba on the other side.

The mintage of this uncirculated Peso is only 5,000 pieces. A difficult coin to get and if you collect animals or sea creatures on coins then this one is for you.

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