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1934 3 Pence Grade?

 
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The high points where there is slight wear, have long since patinated over.

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Highest VF - The 3rd set of pearls is missing, 2nd are blurred. Full diamond and generally great preservation of rest of bust. Light wear on beard and moustache. Little lustre.

Otherside is sharp and shows little rubbing. Nice coin - however 1934 is a common year and as such one in this grade is around the $7 - 12 mark.

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