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Lot 2100    SESSION 8 (2.30PM WEDNESDAY 1ST APRIL)    Great Britain Silver & Bronze Coins

Estimate $500
SOLD $1,100

CHARLES I, (1625-1649), second milled coinage, by Nichols Briot, silver sixpence, mm anchor, issued 1638-1639, (2.98g), (S.2860, N.2306). Toned, good very fine and scarce.

Ex Mark E. Freehill Collection, from Noble Numismatics Sale 54 (lot 1014) and previously from M.R. Roberts with ticket.

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  • Lot 2100   This lot

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    Estimate $500

  • Lot 2101  

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