Charles II, 1660-85, Two Guineas, 1664, first laureate bust right with elephant below,
Lot 182
Charles II, 1660-85, Two Guineas, 1664, first laureate bust right with elephant below,
Sold for £3,290 (US$ 5,452) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Charles II, 1660-85,
Two Guineas, 1664, first laureate bust right with elephant below, R.crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3334). Generally very fine, reverse better, but with small edge nick at 9 o'clock. (1)
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