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Modern coins, pseudo coins and trade tokens of other continents => Central and South America => Topic started by: avle64e on October 18, 2020, 01:03:14 AM

Title: Falkland Islands. Bimetallic 2 pounds
Post by: avle64e on October 18, 2020, 01:03:14 AM
Please help me find the answer to my question.
First, a little background. Yesterday I asked for help with the official publications on the issue of bimetallic coins 2 pounds of The British Commonwealth. One of the forum members (stef) provided me with the following link https://nationalarchives.gov.fk/jdownloads/Gazettes%20Proclamations%20Notices/2004.pdf . This file on page 347 contains information about the "30 years of Falkland Islands Coinage" coin. I was very surprised to learn about the existence of this coin with the date 2003. I didn't see it on sale.
Question: Was the 2003 coin actually issued? Or was it canceled?
Title: Re: Falkland Islands. Bimetallic 2 pounds
Post by: andyg on October 18, 2020, 10:25:08 AM
There are a few about dated 2003 -
I don't think they differ from the 2004 issues though.

Some more here (including pictures)
https://en.numista.com/forum/topic68679.html
Title: Re: Falkland Islands. Bimetallic 2 pounds
Post by: avle64e on October 18, 2020, 12:20:40 PM
There are a few about dated 2003 -
I don't think they differ from the 2004 issues though.

Some more here (including pictures)
https://en.numista.com/forum/topic68679.html
Thank you very much! So I will fix my catalog. )))) And search for a 2003 coin for collection. In my opinion, if the edge is different, then this is a kind of coin.