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Lot 355
George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1771, third laureate head right,
Sold for £324 (US$ 546) inc. premium
Lot Details
George III (1760-1820),
Guinea, 1771, third laureate head right, R.crowned shield of arms (S.3727). Scratches to chin and neck, wear to hair and face, with some dark stains at one and seven o'clock, lightly toned.
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