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    Aleksei Mikhailovich Yefimok (Jefimok) 1655 VF30 NGC, Spassky 535. Counterstamps: '1655' and Czar riding horse right, within incuse rectangles and circles, respectively. Host coin: Brabant Patagon of Philip IV from 1632, KM53.1, Davenport-4462. Two very attractive and well-preserved counterstamps. The host coin is very well toned, with no distracting marks.
    Ex. Gorny & Mosch 136 (10/2004), lot 6225; Rauch 58 (10/1996), lot 1938.
    From the Richard Woit Collection


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    April, 2016
    14th-19th Thursday-Tuesday
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