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Lot 19*
New Zealand 1860-66,
Sold for £235 (US$ 399) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
New Zealand 1860-66,
reverse dated 1866 (3651 John Poulter, 4th Battn Mility. Trn). Plugged and suspension refitted. (1)
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