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Lot 201
George II, Farthing, 1744, old laureate and cuirassed head left,
£300 - 350
US$ 510 - 600
Lot Details
George II,
Farthing, 1744, old laureate and cuirassed head left, R.Britannia left (S.3721). Uncirculated with hints of lustre, extremely rare in this condition. (1)

Footnotes

  • Bought from Coinex (12th April 1986).
    Ex Colin Cooke Collection of British Farthings, May 2006, Lot 379.
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