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1966-1973 Bahama Island 50 Cents Silver Coin (.2667 oz of Silver)


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Product Specifications
Year: 1966-1970
Fineness: 0.8
Legal Tender: Yes
Face Value: 50 Cents
Diameter: 29 mm

Product Details

An adult Blue Marlin can weigh between 1000 and 2000 pounds and be extremely stubborn on the line that snags them, not to mention heavy and painful to carry once caught, but at Gainesville Coins we offer a Bahamas 50 Cent Blue Marlin Silver Coin minted from 1966 to 1973 that won't strain your back, arms, or wallet. Each of these silver coins has fine metal contents of .2667 troy oz of pure silver.

Featured on the reverse of the coin is a beautiful Blue Marlin leaping out of the ocean with waves crashing around it, and gives the year and denomination at, "Fifty Cents." The obverse of the coin displays a young Queen Elizabeth the Second, with the inscription, "Elizabeth II," and, "Bahama Islands."

The Silver 50 Cents Bahamas Coin is truly a nice coin to add to your portfolio and you can buy it hear with us at Gainesville Coins.

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