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Lot 377
George III, Penny, 1797, laureate head right,
£300 - 500
US$ 510 - 850
Lot Details
George III,
Penny, 1797, laureate head right, R.Britannia seated left (S.3777). With mint lustre good extremely fine. (1)
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