This Auction has closed with winners.
If you are a winning bidder   
View all items in the bidorbuy category Special Circulation & Commemorative Coins. View other items offered by Gert van Zyl (2383 Rating score between 1000 and 4999Verified User

Similar items you may be interested in:

R600.00 Uncirculated Ends: 24 Aug 21:00
R500.00 Circulated   Nickel   Ungraded   Ungraded Ends: 24 Aug 17:15
Winning Bids
Page Views: 202  |  Buyers: 7

5 at R17.50 each   10 Apr 01:23   Ronniesump21 (-7) Blacklisted

4 at R17.50 each   13 Apr 12:08   wuf001 (13 Rating score between 10 and 49)

4 at R17.50 each   19 Apr 16:13   tfdutoit86 (10 Rating score between 10 and 49)

2 at R17.50 each   19 Apr 16:14   makoenatt (52 Rating score between 50 and 99)

2 at R17.50 each   19 Apr 16:28   Lindienunu (-12) Blacklisted

1 at R17.50   19 Apr 20:03   allkindsofstuff (-3) Blacklisted

1 at R17.50   21 Apr 17:44   pct56 (9)

Uncirculated 2011 commemorative R5 coin's in Zip-Lock bags The 90th Anniversary of the SARB Hot item!
bidorbuy ID: 62784346

Uncirculated 2011 commemorative R5 coin's in Zip-Lock bags The 90th Anniversary of the SARB

R17.50

These UNC (uncirculated), 2011 commemorative R5 coins in celebration of the 90th Anniversary of the South African Reserve Bank was in the original 400 coin bag used by the S.A. Mint (the Mint don’t use smaller bags, the Banks pack them into sealed bags of 20 coins), I did took them out of the sealed bag and put each one into it’s own Zip-Lock bag

The front of the coin contains South Africa's Coat of Arms,
while the back depicts a theme comprising the motif of St George and the dragon which was used on British gold sovereigns and crowns from 1817 until now.
The coin also reflects the theme of the R5 coin, which celebrated former President Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday.
Also, the Natura coin reflecting the black rhinoceros is included to highlight the plight of rhino at the hands of poachers,
as well as the 20 cent coin reflecting the king protea, which is one of the country's national symbols.
It also depicts the farthing, in use from 1923 to 1960, which depicts two sparrows on a mimosa branch.
The coin also sports the third Governor, Dr M H de Kock, who was in office from 1 July 1945 to 30 June 1962.

THE COINS ARE BRILLIANT AND WILL GET A VERY HIGH GRADING IF GRADED
GET YOURS NOW AND SHARE IN THE HISTORY OF OUR MAGNIFICENT COUNTRY PLUS IT IS AN EXCELLENT INVESTMENT, IDEAL AS A GIFT EVEN FOR YOUR SELF
To save on shipping auctions may be combined
In South Africa Post Office Registered Post R 35.00 ,
Speed Services Counter to Counter R 70.00.

Loading Shipping and Payment Options