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    Pedro I gold 4000 Reis 1825-B, KM369.2, Russo-603, VF Details - Plugged NGC. Worn as jewelry at one time with surfaces that have been moderately abraded and polish over to blunt the affects. Inspection with a loupe shows that metal around IMP in the legend has been moved and suggests that a hole once existed with the detail having since been reapplied. Loads of highpoint detail remains however, and the date and mintmark are impressively bold. A rare issue from the mint at Bahia that the connoisseur of Brazilian coinage will without doubt realize as special.

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    January, 2014
    5th-6th Sunday-Monday
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