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    Indian Head 1871 Copper and a Counterstamp,  Pridmore -75 token dated 1871 of 1/4 RIAL (an English language rendition of "Real", the Spanish designation for 1/8 of a silver "crown" coin; technically Real translates to Royal ). Most popular in the USA due to its similarity to the then-current USA emission of Indian Cents of the same size and metal. This Fine specimen, indicated as being pedigreed to some museum collection labeled "Strong", is one of the only Belize issues available to collectors. It is accompanied by a most unusual but unattributed countermark: a large incused "S" dominates each side of a standard Victorian BH Cent of 1885 in VF. Dana's handwritten note shows "Pickersguill Saw Mill ??". The third piece is a mundane standard Edward VII 25 Cents 1906 in typical toned VF.
    From The Dana Roberts Collection and Study Group.

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    April, 2013
    18th-23rd Thursday-Tuesday
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