Penny 1861 Freeman 22 dies 4+D UNC the obverse with a slightly uneven by not attractive tone, the reverse with good subdued lustre and a tone spot by ONE, Ex-Croydon Coin Auction 30/11/1999 hammer price £50
Penny 1861 as Freeman 22 dies 4+D with T over higher T in VICTORIA, the underlying T touching the linear circle (CGS Variety 26) CGS AU 78, the only example thus far graded by the CGS Population Report, Ex-Dr.A.Findlow Hall of Fame Pennies
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