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I have a plain edge 1839 proof half crown with one plain and one ornate fillet. My question is that both the obverse and reverse are on the same axis, whereas I can only find listings for inverted axis coins. 

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Will look this up on getting home. Do you have Bull (ESC)? How about the 2000 COincraft?

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Spink lists 4 distinct varieties of 1839 plain edge proof halfcrown, but they are all inverted axis.

Are you convinced the coin is genuine - do you have pictures?

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Coin is genuine, dealer offer to buy it 

 

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13 hours ago, LRB said:

Coin is genuine, dealer offer to buy it 

 

DNW sold an ESC 670 en medaille - 4 Oct 2001, lot 385, wt 13.98g. 

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6 minutes ago, oldcopper said:

DNW sold an ESC 670 en medaille - 4 Oct 2001, lot 385, wt 13.98g. 

and the Colin Adams sale (Spink 1/12/2005) had 2 en medaille - ESC 669 and ESC 670 (lots 652 and 654).

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I can't see how to upload images, the only attach file I can find is limited to O.49MB

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