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Yep, an absolute belter.....well done. How long ago was it slabbed and would you even dare trying a conservation on it 🤷‍♂️ They would at least not attempt it if they thought it couldnt be improved.

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Pretty shocked at the level of feedback so thanks all! Difficult to say money well spent considering the cost, but some coins just have to command the price 

@Oldun I'm not actually sure, I suspect quite recently as part of the Bulter Family collection it is designated as. I also bought a 1937 from the same collection so assumed it was a sell off rather than a collection amassed over a long period.

Either way I would never ship this coin, or dream of it coming back out if the slab! 

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