Carney Island $2.50 2007 Gold

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Carney Island (73°57'S, 121°00'W) is an ice-covered island, 110 km long and about 8,500 km² in area, with all but its North coast lying within the Getz Ice Shelf, Antarctica. It is located between Siple Island and Wright Island along the coast of Marie Byrd Land. This island is part of the Westarctican Territories.


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Year 2,007
Material Copper-Niquel/Gold plating
Condition UNC
Denomination 2.50 Westarctican Dollars
Mintage 10
Diámeter (mm) 39

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