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    Ferdinand VII Denomination Type Set, KM90 1/2 Real 1825-JL, nearly Fine, KM87 Real 1816-PJ, VG, KM83 2 Reales 1822-PJ, toned Fine, minor patination, KM88 4 Reales 1825-JL, toned Fine, typically flat obverse and strong reverse, minor rim flaw and very tiny surface marks on the obverse, scarce final date of the colonial series in Potosi, and KM84 8 Reales 1818-PJ, bold XF but harshly cleaned and slightly porous surface. Sold as is, no return lot.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2005
    2nd-3rd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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