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Lot 1922       Warwickshire

Estimate $900

BIRMINGHAM, Workhouse copper sixpence, 1813, a later striking of slightly smaller diameter and weighing four and one half ounces (Davis 29). With a beautiful medium brown patina, and unmarked uncirculated and extremely rare, only six struck.

Ex Waldo Newcomer, H.D. Gibbs (lot 719) and Robert J. Hudson (Pen, PA, USA) Collections and purchased in 1994 from Dolphin Coins.

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