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Lot 1924    19TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Warwickshire

Estimate $300
SOLD $500

BIRMINGHAM, Workhouse, copper sixpence 1813, same dies as the previous but on a thin flan with fine corded rim, weight 1.1 ounces (Davis 30). Fully brilliant raw red mint state, only six struck, FDC and extremely rare.

Purchased from Baldwin in 1978.

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