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Auction 59  19 Jun 2021
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Lot 121

Starting price: 12 000 EUR
Price realized: 13 000 EUR
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Great Britain. Edward VI Gold Full Sovereign, 1547-53. Tower mint, London, mint mark Tun. Third period, 1550-1553, Second coinage minted from 5th October 1551, struck in Crown Gold of 22 carat, at a face value of Twenty Shillings. Obverse: Crowned armoured half-length figure of the young King facing right, holding orb and sceptre, linear and beaded circles surrounding (both sides) along with Latin legend: :EDWARD; VI: D; G; AGL; FRA; Z: h IBER; REX: Reverse: Crowned quartered Royal shield of arms, crowned lion supporter to left, with dragon supporter to the right, ER on banner below, with Latin legend surrounding: .IhS; AVTEm. TRAnSIE; PER m EDI; ILLORV; IBAT. S.2450; Fr. 186. About VF.
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