William III, Halfcrown, 1696, first draped bust right,
Lot 270
William III, Halfcrown, 1696, first draped bust right,
Sold for £120 (US$ 198) inc. premium
Lot Details
William III,
Halfcrown, 1696, first draped bust right, R.large shield reverse with early harp, OCTAVO (S.3481). Toned, good fine. (1)

Footnotes

  • Ex wreck of the Association, 1707.
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