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  1. You're right. There is a two plain fillets proof that doesn't have the overlapped border teeth, so your original theory could still be correct.
  2. I don't think so. The 1839 proof halfcrown has two overlapping border teeth just below the date and the currency halfcrown does not.
  3. I had no symptoms at all after both AZ jabs other than sleeping poorly that night.
  4. Nick

    more FAKES

    Another of those high quality fakes of 1864 florin DN 64 has appeared in the next DNW auction lot 398. Usual digs in the fields and cud on the n of tenth.
  5. The original ESC listed them as S which seems about right. Here's my example that sold recently.
  6. For those interested in threepences, groats and Maundy sets, Baldwin's of St James's are currently auctioning the Portland Collection. Some lovely coins, mostly NGC graded.
  7. A shaker pint for me, but if push came to shove I'd drink a real ale from any of them.
  8. Sorry for the late reply, don't know how I missed the question, but it was EF.
  9. I do know that my Maundy 3d from the 1911 proof set was a 2+A.
  10. I think that the 1919 3d from LCA you refer to is a 3+B. Obverse 3 has the misaligned P in IMP and appears on threepences 1914-1926.
  11. According to the blurb, there are 2 known examples, so almost unique.
  12. Spink are currently offering said item for the princely sum of £45,000. Unique rarity for the collector with very deep pockets.