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1982 中華人民共和國 2 贰分 China, People's Republic 2 Fen Sun-A44a PCGS G

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1982 中華人民共和國 2 贰分 China, People's Republic 2 Fen Sun-A44a PCGS G

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Region of Origin:
Asia
Year:
1982
Composition:
Aluminium
Era:
1980s



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