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Lot 66    Session 1 (9.30am Wednesday)    Mis-Strikes

Estimate $2,500
SOLD $3,300

ELIZABETH II, fifty cents, 1969, struck from two obverse dies axis at 0ø or en medaille, one die flat and not polished, possibly a trial strike. Uncirculated/extremely fine and very rare, the only example of this date we have seen.

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  • Lot 64  

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