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CG06474

William IV 1837 copper Farthing, second reverse CGS60

William IV (1830-37), copper Farthing, 1837, second reverse with incuse line on saltire cross of shield, bare head right, W.W. incuse on truncation for engraver William Wyon, date below, rev. Britannia seated right with trident and shield, emblems in exergue (Peck 1475 rev. B; S.3848). Some lustre, graded and slabbed by CGS UK as CGS 60.

CGS UK certification 34664 - FA.W4.1837.01.

Provenance:

Ex The Finchampstead Collection as per CGS UK label, bought directly from Finchampstead collector, apparently previously from an NGC MS62BN holder.

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