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Lot 1056      

Estimate $500
SOLD $480

QUEEN VICTORIA, bronze halfpenny, 186() last figure too faint to read (5.57 grams). Trial striking from specially impressed dies, obv. 'Specimen of', rev. 'trial dies' (Peck-; Freeman 769). Fine and probably unique.

Ex M.A. Freeman Collection (lot 241) and Noble Numismatics Sale 49 (lot 2597).

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