Malta, Pattern 9-coin Euro Proof Set in case

Limited edition of 3500 sets issued in 2004. Very limited stock available.
Availability: In stock
SKU: SGM165-5328
£29.50

These limited edition sets were issued by the International Currency Bureau in 2004 to show what the Euro coins for Malta might look like. This is a wonderful 9-coin set from 1 cent up to 5 Euros all struck to Proof quality. They issued a maximum of 3500 sets, all housed in a plush presentation case with a certificate.

You could barely make the case these days for the price we are charging never mind the coins!

Very limited stock, we have less than 10 in stock now and when they are gone that is it. You won't find them on Ebay but the similar sets for the UK coins are priced at over £100.

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