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Lot 1712    SESSION 7 (11.30AM WEDNESDAY 29TH MARCH)    Great Britain Gold Coins

Estimate $2,800
SOLD $4,000

EDWARD III, (1327-1377), fourth coinage, 1351-77, noble (7.10g), pre-treaty period, 1351-61, mm cross 3 (1356-61) series G (S.1490), two lis to left of each of two lions on hull. Made or clipped slightly small, otherwise good very fine.

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