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Lot 1275    SESSION 3 (7.00PM TUESDAY 28TH JULY)    PCGS Graded Collection

Estimate $25,000
SOLD $25,000

GEORGE VI, Royal Mint London pattern or proof florin, 1951, Jubilee of Federation commemorative in cupro-nickel. Minute spotting, even grey brown tone over brilliant fields with fine milling, virtually FDC and excessively rare.

In a slab by PCGS PR63, sole finest.
Ex George Fenton Collection via Master Metals 6/6/18, earlier from Spink Australia, ex A.H.Baldwin and Sons Ltd.

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