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TIBET: 10 srang (13.18g), Valcambi mint, year 16-24 (1950). PCGS PF67

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TIBET: 10 srang (13.18g), Valcambi mint, year 16-24 (1950). PCGS PF67
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TIBET: 10 srang (13.18g), Valcambi mint, year 16-24 (1950), KM-X4, Central Tibetan Administration issue, snow lion facing left with Mt. Kailash behind with two suns above, ornaments and two tufts of grass below, surrounded by a circle to which eight lotus-petal panels are attached, each containing one syllable of the legend dga' ldan pho brang phyo(gs) las rnam rgyal ("the Ganden Palace, victorious in all directions") // a pair of Mongooses facing a banner of victory over disharmony, the year and denomination above in two lines: lo 24 / srang 10 ("year 24, 10 srang"), this surrounded by a circle to which eight lotus petals panels are attached, each containing one syllable of the legend: chos srid gnyis ldan rab byung bcu drug ("the religious and political government, cycle sixteen"), mintage 5,000, PCGS graded Proof 67, S, ex George Anderson Collection. Copper-nickel proof struck by the Valcambi mint in 1978 and authorized by the Dalai Lama in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India and marketed by Tibetan Coin Distributors in Adelaide, South Australia.