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Lot 1572    Session 5 (7.30pm Wednesday)    Patterns & Proofs

Estimate $1,500
SOLD $4,000

EDWARD VII, Royal Mint presentation shilling 1910, one of the first 112 coins issued by the Commonwealth of Australia. Toned, well struck, nearly uncirculated and extremely rare with the accompanying letter from the Treasury dated 7th March 1910.

Presented to Senator the Hon. J.T. Walker. A similar coin and letter presented to G.H. Wise was included in the Stern Sale October 1977 (lot 289).

Estimate / sale price does not include buyer's premium (currently 22% including GST) which is added to hammer price. All bids are executed on the understanding that the Terms & Conditions of sale have been read and accepted. For information on grading and estimates please refer to the Buying at Auction advice.

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