Pakistan, 1 Rupee, off-centre Error

Unusual mint-error coins from Pakistan in uncirculated condition.
Availability: In stock
SKU: PAK0100
£15.00

When a mint strikes coins not every coin is perfectly struck, sometimes the coins are not put on the presses properly and the coin struck has an error, these are called Mint Errors. Now it is most unusual for mints to make errors but, as they make millions of coins, it does happen. But what is even more unusual is when those mints allow the coins to get out. Most of the time the errors are melted and that is the end of it.

We bought a small group of mint errors from the Pakistan Mint and it is these that we are now offering you. You don’t usually see them let alone get the chance to buy them for your collection. All of these mint errors are in Uncirculated condition and very difficult to find.

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