Newfoundland George VI 5c silver

Before Newfoundland officially it became part of the Canadian Federation they used to issue their own coinage. For country collectors, you will need a coin of Newfoundland. They issued coins from the time of Queen Victoria right up to King George VI. Here we are offering some of the last silver coins issued by Newfoundland, under King George VI, Queen Elizabeth II’s Father. You get the silver Five Cents and with the portrait of King George VI and both some of the last coins issued for Newfoundland as an independent entity. Coins will be in Fine-Very Fine condition and nice examples.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FNF7001
£7.95
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