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Lot 1928       Warwickshire

Estimate $270

BIRMINGHAM, Sir Edward Thomason, penny, 1811, a proof struck in copper gilt (Davis 48). Virtually FDC and extremely rare, unpublished as a gilt proof.

Ex Glendinings Sale 13 May 1981 (lot 254 part). (Sir Edward Thomason (1769-1848) medallist and token manufacturer Church Street, Birmingham.

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