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Lot 1266    SESSION 3 (7.00PM TUESDAY 28TH JULY)    PCGS Graded Collection

Estimate $30,000

GEORGE V, Melbourne Mint proof Canberra florin commemorative 1927. Deep iridescent toning, obverse with barely visible tissue paper toning streaks, probably the most brilliant, beautifully coloured proof known, FDC and very rare.

In a slab by PCGS as PR67, sole finest.
Ex P.Adler and George Fenton collections via Master Metals 6/6/18.

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