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Lot 1273    SESSION 3 (7.00PM TUESDAY 28TH JULY)    PCGS Graded Collection

Estimate $40,000

GEORGE V, Melbourne Mint proof Melbourne Centenary florin commemorative, 1934-35. Gem proof obverse reverse with contact mark on shoulder and in field behind the shoulder, full wreath and die state after nipple was removed, FDC and extremely rare, probably the finest known.

In a slab by PCGS as PR66, sole finest.
Ex George Fenton Collection via Master Metals 6/6/18.

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