Vintage rare coin. A 1973 Trinidad and Tobago five dollar, uncirculated coin. A .925 sterling silver proof collectible coin, struck by the Franklin Mint, featuring the national bird, of Trinidad & Tobago, scarlet ibis. The coin is ungraded but in encapsulated, unopened condition.
Struck by the Franklin Mint under authorization of the government of Trinidad and Tobago in 1973.
Features the scarlet ibis, the country's national bird.
An uncirculated, rare coin. 1 of 19,000 issued.
.925 sterling silver proof
29.7 grams or .8832 troy oz
Reverse: National seal with flamingos.
Sealed in original plastic capsule on red card, marked: "D111641"
Possible discoloration and spots from age on coin within plastic seal.
See photos, which are of actual coin, closely, please.
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Feb 28, 2023
Beautiful silver coin and a great addition to my collection.