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Lot 250
George V, Crown, 1933, modified bare head left,
Sold for £276 (US$ 471) inc. premium
Lot Details
George V,
Crown, 1933, modified bare head left, R.crown and date in wreath (S.4036). Good fine or better. (1)
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