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Lot 127    SESSION 1 (9.30am Tuesday 21 July)    Mis-Strikes & Varieties

Estimate $2,500
SOLD $2,450

ELIZABETH II, proof one cent, 1976, struck in silver (2.28gms). Nearly FDC and possibly unique.

Ex Spink Noble Sale 38 (lot 344). In 1976 the R.A.M. struck silver proofs for Fiji. This coin was either an accidental strike or a trial strike for this series.

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