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Introducing the elegant and historic Peru Vicugna 1 Sol de Oro Coin from 1967 - a beautiful piece of Peruvian numismatic history!

This exquisite coin features a stunning depiction of a Vicugna, a rare and prized animal native to the Andes region of Peru. The obverse side of the coin also features the denomination of "1 SOL" and the year of issue "1967". The reverse side of the coin bears the Coat of Arms of Peru, with the inscription "REPUBLICA DEL PERU" (Republic of Peru) above it.

The coin is struck in high-quality copper-nickel and has a diameter of 25mm, making it a perfect addition to any collection or a great gift for coin enthusiasts and history buffs. The coin is in uncirculated condition, which means it has not been used as legal tender and is in pristine, original condition.

The Peru Vicugna 1 Sol de Oro Coin from 1967 is a rare and highly sought-after piece that commemorates the rich cultural and natural heritage of Peru. The Vicugna is a symbol of the country's rugged beauty and unique biodiversity, and the coin serves as a testament to Peru's rich history and enduring spirit.

Don't miss your chance to own a piece of Peruvian numismatic history with the Peru Vicugna 1 Sol de Oro Coin from 1967. This coin is a rare and valuable addition to any collection and a beautiful tribute to the beauty and resilience of Peru. Order yours today!

Peru Vicugna 1 Sol de Oro Coin from 1967

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