Lucky Dancing Elephants Federation Of Rhodesia And Nyasaland 1962 One Penny Legal Tender Bronze Commemorative Coin Uncirculated

Lucky Dancing Elephants Federation Of Rhodesia And Nyasaland 1962 One Penny Legal Tender Bronze Commemorative Coin Uncirculated.

This attractive 26 mm diameter bronze penny pictures a pair of elephants that are standing on their hind legs and appear to be dancing with their trunks pointing up!!!  The surround is inscribed: “QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.”

The surround of back of this coin in inscribed: “RHODESIA AND NYASALAND.1962.”  The center of the back is inscribed: “ONE PENNY”.

This 26 mm diameter coin is slightly larger than a USA quarter (24.26 mm in diameter).

The coin was struck with a hole to make it easy to distinguish from other denominations and to allow natives without pockets to easily carry the coins on strings.

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This bronze commemorative coin with a hole in its center makes a great collectible gift for yourself or any elephant or coin collector.

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LUCKY DANCING ELEPHANTS
FEDERATION OF RHODESIA AND NYASALAND
1962 ONE PENNY LEGAL TENDER BRONZE COMMEMORATIVE COIN UNCIRCULATED

This 26 mm diameter coin is slightly larger than a USA quarter (24.26 mm in diameter).

The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland was formed in 1953 by combining Britain’s colonies in central Africa.  Tensions between the former colonies mounted over the governance of the Federation.  The short-lived Federation was dissolved in 1964, becoming the independent nations of Zambia, Malawi, and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe).

This attractive 26 mm diameter bronze penny pictures a pair of elephants that are standing on their hind legs and appear to be dancing with their trunks pointing up!!!  !!  The surround is inscribed: “QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.”

Elephant society is matriarchal and is generally ruled by an older and wiser cow.  In parts of Asia and India only kings could ride an elephant.  The elephant is the symbol of wisdom, intelligence and strength in many countries.  The elephant is also a good luck charm for many.

SOME CONSIDER ELEPHANTS WITH TRUNKS POINTING UP TO BE ESPECIALLY LUCKY!!!

The surround of back of this coin in inscribed: “RHODESIA AND NYASALAND.1962.”  The center of the back is inscribed: “ONE PENNY”.

The coin was struck with a hole to make it easy to distinguish from other denominations and to allow natives without pockets to easily carry the coins on strings.

Now you can own this one penny legal tender commemorative bronze coin that features Lucky Dancing Elephants and a hole in its center.

This is an amazing collectible and conversation piece that is sure to please collectors and animal buffs alike. 

PHOTOS ENLARGED TO SHOW DETAILS.

 PARDON GLARE AND REFLECTIONS IN PHOTOS. 

  THERE MAY BE SOME DISCOLORATION, TONING AND/OR SPOTTING OF COIN DUE TO ITS AGE OF OVER 50 YEARS!!!

COIN MAY HAVE SUPERFICIAL NICKS, SCRATCHES, WEAR OF FINISH AND STACKING MARKS FROM THE MINT.

COIN YOU RECEIVE MAY DIFFER FROM THAT SHOWN IN PHOTO BUT WILL BE IN SAME GENERAL CONDITION.

This coin makes —
an excellent addition to any coin collection
a must for any elephant collector
a wonderful gift for yourself or someone you know!

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