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« on: April 07, 2011, 07:23:59 pm »
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Here is my Spanish Peso minted in Manila for use in The Phillipines. It's a rare piece for only 6 millions were minted in 1897. Actually, the last year of mintage for this peso because the next year, 1898, The Phillipines was acquired by the US in the Spanish-American war against Spain. That same year, the US acquired Puerto Rico and Guam. These are the main reasons this coin caught my attention and prompted my pursuit for the Puerto Rican peso  Kiss


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