Countermarked Silver Dollars

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Lot 1623       Countermarked Silver Dollars

Estimate $4,500
SOLD $4,500

KILKENNY, Castlecomer, Castle Comer Colliery five shillings and fivepence, a Charles IIII Mexico City Mint eight reales 1801 countermarked 'Payable at Castle Comer Colliery' in an oval, inside within a wreath 5s 5d (Davis 134). Attractively toned, host coin nearly very fine countermark good very fine and extremely rare.

Ex Dublina Collection (lot 244).

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