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10 litas coin issued to commemorate Klaipeda (From the series "Lithuanian cities")


Alloy of copper and nickel (Cu 75%, Ni 25%) Quality proof

Diameter 28.70 mm Weight 13.15 g

The words on the edge of the coin: KLAIPEDAI – 750

The designer of the coin is Rimantas Eidejus

Mintage 5,000 pcs Issued 2002

The coin was minted at the state enterprise Lithuanian Mint.
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