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    Mint State Diagonals London Elephant Token

    (1694) TOKEN London Elephant Token, Diagonals MS61 Brown NGC. Breen-185. Hodder 1-A. Any Mint State Elephant token is a significant piece, but this is the rare Diagonals variety. The diagonals are at the center of the reverse shield, and are absent on the usually seen Hodder 2-B. This well struck chocolate-brown piece lacks visible abrasions, and is also devoid of carbon. A strong loupe and patience reveals a couple of thin horizontal marks on the flank of the pachyderm. Listed on page 44 of the 2007 Guide Book. As of (11/06), NGC and PCGS combined have certified four examples of the Diagonals variety, and the present piece is the single finest certified by either service.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2U3C, PCGS# 61)


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    January, 2007
    3rd-6th Wednesday-Saturday
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