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In 1967 some of the 2 cent pieces issued were accidentally struck using dies for a Bahama Islands 5 cent coin on the obverse ( head side ). The error coins are undated because the Bahama coins have the date on the reverse. For sale is an almost uncirculated specimen. Shown also is a Bahama Islands 1966 5 cent piece for comparison, not included in the sale.
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  • Seller location: Golden Bay, Nelson Bays, NZ

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