Ireland, 10P 1998 BU

Because the population of Ireland is so low, the mintages of their coins also tended to be rather low. Here we present an Irish pre-Euro coin, the 10P in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and you don’t see many this nice. Supplies are of course very limited and these are in bright and beautiful condition.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FIR7698
£1.95
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