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Lot 245
Charles II, Crown, 1662, first draped bust right,
Sold for £216 (US$ 362) inc. premium
Lot Details
Charles II,
Crown, 1662, first draped bust right, R.crowned cruciform shields interlinked C's in angles, edge not dated(S.3353). Wear to hair and face, toned, fine. (1)
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