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Lot 393G
William IV, Half-Sovereign, 1836, bare head right,
Sold for £1,176 (US$ 1,949) inc. premium
Lot Details
William IV,
Half-Sovereign, 1836, bare head right, R.crowned shield and mantle (S.3831). Almost very fine. (1)
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Lot symbols
G Investment gold

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