This is the extremely rare 1 Lil Sobhuza II from South Africa from 1968. Of this specimen, which was minted by the SA Mint on the same blanks / rounds, as the 1968 Krugerrand, existed at that time max 2000 pieces, of which, however, according to various sources, a large part has been melted. For this reason, this coin is especially popular among collectors and enthusiasts around the world.
What makes this specimen very special is that it is certified by PCGS with the PR69CAM (Cameo) grade. It is the only edition in the world that has reached this level! As of today, there is no better or even equally rated edition on PCGS. In addition, the coin was protected by PCGS through the “NFC anti-counterfeiting technology”.
On one side of the coin is stamped the face value of the coin “One Lilangeni” and the year “1968”. In addition, you can find a lion, an elephant and a shield as symbols. Under the sign is the word “Siyinqaba”.
On the other side of the coin you can find the portrait of Sobhuza II, the name as writing and the inscription “Swaziland Independence”.
A few details:
Country of issue: Swaziland
Mint: SA Mint
Weight: 33.93 g
Diameter: 32.69 mm
Edition: 1 (2000)
Special feature: PCGS PR69CAM – unique worldwide
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