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PNC Australia 2017 WINX Queen of the Valley Medallion Limited Ed

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PNC Australia 2017 WINX Queen of the Valley Medallion Limited Ed

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Item specifics

Seller Notes:
“Australia Post Merchandise; Supplied in PNC Protector Sleeve”
Cancellation Type:
Silver Foil - Pictorial
Era:
2010s
Featured Refinement:
Medallion
Item Availability:
In Stock
Item Weight (g):
70
Limited Edition:
2017
Medallion Finish:
Polished Gold & Silver Plating
Medallion Maximum Diameter (mm):
60
Medallion Metal:
Zinc Alloy
Modified Item:
No
Numbered Covers Available:
953, 954
Place of Origin:
Australia & Oceania
Postmark Location / Date:
Moonee Ponds, Victoria - 30 October 2017
Product UPC / GTIN:
9312650111854
Region of Origin:
Australia
Topic:
Horses, Horse Racing, Cox Plate
Type:
Postal Numismatic Cover
Year of Issue:
2017




PNC Australia 2017 WINX Queen of the Valley Medallion Limited Ed

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