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Lot 2144    Session 8 (2.30pm Wednesday 21st November)    Great Britain Silver & Bronze Coins

Estimate $3,000
SOLD $2,100

SCOTLAND, James VIII, (1688-1766, the Old Pretender), silver crown, 1716, struck in 1828 by Matthew Young. Faint evenly spread edge cuts and edge filing as made, grey toned, brilliant, nearly FDC and very rare.

Ex W.J.Lawson Collection.

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