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Attention Coin Collectors!

by Admin
18 January 2017


Image of actual coin for auction Image of actual coin for auction

Auction of collectors' item 2011 World Wildlife Fund limited edition 50p coin

During one of our can collections at the end of 2016, an eagle-eyed collector spotted an unusual 50p piece, and it was set aside to look into what it might be worth.

We are now pleased to invite bids for this coin, with a reserve of £40. Please email your bid to info@caninerescue.co.uk before close of business on Tuesday 31st January

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