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Zambia 2012 coin set

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Zambia set of 4 coins 2012.

  • 5 ngwe - Zambezian Widow

Obverse: in the center - the coat of arms of the country: a man and a woman hold a shield with vertical waves, symbolizing the African continent and Victoria Falls, at the top - a crossed ax and a pickaxe, above them - a soaring eagle. Semicircular lettering - top: ZAMBIA, bottom: 2012.

Reverse: in the center - a picture of a Zambezian widow (Vidua codringtoni) on a branch. At the top left is the number 5, in the right part in a semicircle around the edge of the coin - face value in words: FIVE NGWEE.

  • 10 ngwe - African Antelope Head

Obverse: in the center - the coat of arms of the country: a man and a woman hold a shield with vertical waves, symbolizing the African continent and Victoria Falls, at the top - a crossed ax and a pickaxe, above them - a soaring eagle. Semicircular lettering - top: ZAMBIA, bottom: 2012.

Reverse: in the center - the head of the African West Eland antelope (Taurotragus derbianus). On the right is the number 10, below in a semicircle around the edge of the coin - denomination in words: TEN NGWEE.

  • 50 ngwe - Head of the Savannah Elephant

Obverse: in the center - the coat of arms of the country: a man and a woman hold a shield with vertical waves, symbolizing the African continent and Victoria Falls, at the top - a crossed ax and a pickaxe, above them - a soaring eagle. Semicircular lettering - top: ZAMBIA, bottom: 2012.

Reverse: in the center - the head of the bush elephant (Loxodonta africana). On the left, obliquely, the number 50, on the right, in a semicircle around the edge of the coin - face value in words: FIFTY NGWEE.

  • 1 kwacha - Zambezian woodpecker

Obverse:in the center - the coat of arms of the country: a man and a woman hold a shield with vertical waves, symbolizing the African continent and Victoria Falls, at the top - a crossed ax and a pickaxe, above them - a soaring eagle. Semicircular lettering - top: ZAMBIA, bottom: 2012.

Reverse:in the center is the Zambian woodpecker on a branch (Lybius chaplini). On the right, obliquely, the denomination is: K 1, on the right, in a semicircle along the edge of the coin - the denomination in words: ONE KWACHA.

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