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Lot 727    SESSION 4 (4.30PM TUESDAY 23RD MARCH)    Great Britain Gold Coins

Estimate $5,000
SOLD $7,100

EDWARD VII, specimen set, 1902 five pounds to maundy penny (S.PS9). The five pounds is currency as is the sixpence, otherwise all matte proofs in case of issue, together with handwritten note 'October 28th 1902 to Vera Christine Martha from her loving father'. Extremely fine - nearly FDC. (13)

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