1967 Hong Kong 50 Cents Half Dollar Coin, Queen Elizabeth II. XF/Scarce! (#260).
We have on offer here, the 1967 Hong Kong 50 Cents Half Dollar Coin, Queen Elizabeth II. XF/Scarce!
"British Hong Kong (Chinese: 英屬香港) refers to Hong Kong as a Crown colony and later, a British Dependent Territory under British administration from 1841 to 1997 (excluding the Japanese occupation from 1941 to 1945)."
"Economically, this era is considered a major stepping stone for Hong Kong. It is considered the first turning point for Hong Kong's economy. The per capita GDP was still relatively low in 1960. It was approximately the same as Peru, South Africa and Greece in the same decade. By comparison, Argentina had two times and Venezuela had three times the GDP of Hong Kong. The living standard was rising steadily, but low wages continued. The number of registered factories increased from 3,000 in 1950s to 10,000 in 1960s. Registered foreign companies increased from 300 to 500. There were demands for labour in every sector of the economy."
Ruler: Queen Elizabeth II. Obverse: Crowned Bust of Queen Facing Right. Reverse: Chinese value within beaded circle, inscriptions, country & year.
Circulated, this is still very beautiful example of a beautiful scarce and rare trade coin! Feels & looks better in your hand! This unique piece can be yours today! Authenticity guaranteed for life! Fairly priced!
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