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Ecuador 10 Sucres 1991 Nickel Clad Steel KM#92.2 UNC

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Item specifics

Country/Region of Manufacture:
Ecuador
Certification:
Uncertified
Year:
1991
Denomination:
10 Sucres


Ecuador 10 Sucres 1991 Nickel Clad Steel KM#92.2 UNC

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