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Lot 1711    SESSION 7 (11.30AM WEDNESDAY 29TH MARCH)    Great Britain Gold Coins

Estimate $1,000
SOLD $1,000

ANCIENT BRITAIN, Celtic coinage, Cunobelin, (cAD8-41) gold stater (5.39g), wheat ear CAMV, reverse horse prancing right star above dot in circle below (ABC.2783; S.283). Reverse struck ten percent off centre, otherwise good very fine.

Ex Colonial Coins Sale 7 (lot 547) (11/02/2006).

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