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    George VI brass Specimen Trial 10 Cents 1937 SP64 PCGS, Paris mint, KM-TS7, DC-21. Struck on a thicker brass planchet than the adopted silver type, a rare trial seldom represented in such a high grade due to the comparative volatility of its fabric. Impressively reflective, accented by auburn-gold tone over butter-yellow surfaces, strike so sharp as to fully represent the designs in all their glory (befitting of a trial). The last specimen of this type we handled was graded SP63 and sold at our April 2018 auction for $3,120, and we imagine that this superior offering will generate a comparable or even greater result.

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    19th Friday
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