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Lot 62      

Estimate $120
SOLD $80

GEORGE V, penny 1924, struck with a crescent shaped gap caused by a sheered piece of metal being struck in the press at the time of striking. Nearly uncirculated and rare.

Ex Spink Noble Sale 37 (lot 387) and 43 (lot 43).

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