Cuba Don Quijote 1 Peso

Perhaps one of the most famous literary figures was Hidalgo Don Quijote, the famous knight who charged a windmill. Of course from this we all now realise that tilting or running at a windmill will get us no where, except perhaps a broken back or neck. In 1982 Cuba issued a special commemorative One Peso coin for Don Quijote and Sancho Panza. It shows the Knight on horseback charging at a windmill, lance at the ready. The mintage of this Uncirculated 1 Peso is only 7,000 coins, so I think our price of is quite attractive. Don’t tilt at windmills, do buy this coin as a reminder to keep your head about you.
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SKU: FCU9967
£6.95
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