East India Company 1/12 Anna 1835 Abt. Unc.

This is a denomination that you just don’t see all that often and when you do they are in Fine – Very Fine condition. We have a small group in what we will call About Uncirculated with lustre, We have seen a couple of similar coins graded Uncirculated. Coincraft is a little more conservative in our grading. This coin is Rare and so is the condition. KM445. It is a small lot and one you should not miss out on. This coin and condition is RARE.
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