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1988 Cuba 10 30th Anniversary Revolution “On the March to Victory” 1956-1988 Political Theme Pure Silver 999 Proof-Struck Coin. Uncirculated Mint Condition. Ultra Rare.

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We have on offer here a rarely available 1988 Cuba 10 30th Anniversary Revolution “On the March to Victory” 1956-1988 Political Theme Pure Silver 999 Proof-Struck Coin. Uncirculated Mint Condition. Ultra Rare. Has some minor aged milk spots, not ideal for the fussy collector. Ultra Rare. Features Country Cuba Year 1997 Value 10 Pesos (10 CUP) Metal Silver (.999) Weight. 31.1 g Diameter 38 mm Commemorative issue 30th. Anniversary of The First Revolution 1956-1986. Design Cuban coat of arms to left, curved legend on top “On the March to Victory” (translated) with Soldiers on the March from the Vessel “Granma” with weight, face value and finess on bottom. About 1956 “Granma” Revolutionaries The yacht Granma departed from Tuxpan, Veracruz, Mexico, on 25 November 1956, carrying the Castro brothers and 80 others including Ernesto "Che" Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos, even though the yacht was only designed to accommodate 12 people with a maximum of 25. The yacht arrived in Cuba on 2 December. The boat landed in Playa Las Coloradas, in the municipality of Niquero, arriving two days later than planned because the boat was heavily loaded, unlike during the practice sailing runs. This dashed any hopes for a coordinated attack with the llano wing of the Movement. After arriving and exiting the ship, the band of rebels began to make their way into the Sierra Maestra mountains, a range in southeastern Cuba. Three days after the trek began, Batista's army attacked and killed most of the Granma participants – while the exact number is disputed, no more than twenty of the original eighty-two men survived the initial encounters with the Cuban army and escaped into the Sierra Maestra mountains. The group of survivors included Fidel and Raúl Castro, Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos. The dispersed survivors, alone or in small groups, wandered through the mountains, looking for each other. Eventually, the men would link up again – with the help of peasant sympathizers – and would form the core leadership of the guerrilla army. A number of female revolutionaries, including Celia Sanchez and Haydée Santamaría (the sister of Abel Santamaria), also assisted Fidel Castro's operations in the mountains. Authenticity guaranteed for Life. Self pickup. You are looking at an original listing by Emporium-Antiquities.com. With 100% excellent Feedback, you can buy with confidence! Thank you for viewing this listing. Note: Please click the on-line Emporium @ http://emporium-antiquities.com/collections/everything www.Emporium-Antiquities.com Keywords: Golden Gold Silver Platinum Diamond Emerald Ruby Sapphire Jade Opal Coin Medal Thaler Taler Yen Won Dollar Cent Peso VOC British Straits Borneo Sumatra Java Batavia Malaya Aceh Malacca Singapore Malaysia Indonesia and Japan Korea China Sultanate Victoria Edward George Elizabeth Dragon Eagle Proof UNC Uncirculated Merchant Trade King Emperor Queen Gift Present Piastre Indochine Cochin Ducat

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