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Lot 330
Scotland, James VI, Ryal, or 'Sword dollar', crowned shield dividing I R,
Sold for £744 (US$ 1,249) inc. premium
Lot Details
Scotland, James VI,
Ryal, or 'Sword dollar', crowned shield dividing I R, R.Crowned sword, pointing hand on left with countermark below, XXX on right, PRO ME SI MEREOR IN ME (S.5472). Some wear to highpoints, otherwise good fine or better. (1)
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