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Gold Medal - 1965 VW Wolfsburg 10 million/collectible

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Item specifics

Erhaltungsgrad:
Stempelglanz (STGL)
Jahr:
1965
Feingehalt:
0.900
Herstellungsland und -region:
Deutschland
Form:
Münze
Gesamt-Edelmetallgehalt:
3,5g
Material:
Gold




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