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    João VI gold 6400 Reis (Peça) 1826 AU Details (Obverse Cleaned) NGC, Lisbon mint, KM378, Fr-134, Gomes-9.01. A scarcer date, from a mintage of only 10,883 pieces. Faint friction to the high points of the devices accounts for the About Uncirculated grade, but the overall appearance is that of a Mint State specimen, with fully intact, watery luster in the fields. Evidence of a prior cleaning is visible via wispy hairlines in the obverse fields, but they have been nicely toned over and are not especially distracting.

    Ex. Numismatica Genevensis Auction 2 (November 2002, Lot 916)

    From the Paramount Collection

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