Still in the vaults showing off one of three Cuban coins I own. Almost a half a century old and not in sharpest condition. Brass coins often tarnish but this one just was not stuck well. Value jumps from $0.05 in fine to $40.00 in brilliant uncirculated because so few are found in high grade.
It is still very pleasing to have any Cuban coin since they are rarely seen in circulation in the U.S. because of embargo issues. Maybe closer to Florida they are more common but up here in the North they are not.
|REPUBLICA DE CUBA, PATRIA Y LIBERTA (REPUBLIC OF CUBA, HOME AND FREEDOM) 2.3 G, 300 M, star in triangle 1 C.|
|1853 CENTENARIO DE MARTI 1953 (CENTENNIAL OF MARTI)|
Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Centavo / Cuba
Value: $0.15 in Very-Fine
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