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Introducing the Philippines 10 Centavos Coin UNC 1944 D - a beautiful and rare addition to any coin collection. This coin was minted in 1944 in Denver, USA, for use in the Philippines during World War II.

Crafted from .750 fine silver, this 10 centavos coin features an intricate design on both the obverse and reverse. On the obverse, you'll find the profile of Manuel Quezon, the president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines. The reverse features the country's coat of arms, with a shield divided into three parts, each representing a different aspect of Philippine history.

This coin is in uncirculated condition, meaning it has never been used as currency and is free from any signs of wear or damage. Its rarity and historical significance make it a prized possession for coin collectors and history enthusiasts alike.

The Philippines 10 Centavos Coin UNC 1944 D is a testament to the resilience and perseverance of the Filipino people during a tumultuous period in their history. Its intricate design and historical significance make it a must-have for any serious coin collector or history enthusiast. Don't miss your chance to own this beautiful and rare piece of history today.

Philippines 10 Centavos Coin Silver UNC 1944 D

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