IMO, this coin is in VF 20 – VF 30 condition.
The obverse of the coin shows the Lesser Coat of Arms of Angola atop a horizontally stiped circle with a diagonal. The COA is a shield in 3 segments. On the left is a cross formed by estruchions, the bottom third shows waves, and the right shows an elephant over a donkey. On top is a castle with 5 turrets. The legend reads “Angola * 2$50”.
The reverse shows a sigil on a circle ontop of a cross. The legend reads “Republica Portuguesa” with the date at the bottom.
Identification code: Angola KM-77
Mint Mark: n/a (Kings Norton)
Country of origin: England (Produced for Portugese Angola)
Composition: Copper Nickel
Size: 19 mm
Other details: This coin has one of the most counter-intuitive denominations of any coin I’ve cataloged. I mean, seriously? 2$50 is 2 1/2?
Shortly after this was minted, Portugal gave Angola its independence. That didn’t go particularly well. A 27 year civil war broke out between the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) and the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA).
Estimated Value: $0.75-$1 in VF