Denmark, 10KR Benedikte

This Danish silver crown was issued in the 1960’s when a crownsized piece was 10 Kroner; today similar sized pieces have a face value of 200 Kroner. It just goes to show what inflation will do to money. It is struck in 800 fine Silver and is in Uncirculated condition. It was struck in 1968 for the wedding of Princess Benedikte.
Availability: In stock
SKU: SGM245-9092
£24.50
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