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1860 Obv pic 2

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So as I said, I'm wondering if what I have is F- 6+D, or if I'm totally off, and also potentially what Gouby would call this.  Thanks again.

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Thanks everyone.

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I picked this one up recently , A stunning piece as you can see 😂.I wish . But , its an F21  3+d 1861 and on Richards rare list

I payed sixteen pounds for it in a terrible state .   Both pictures below and after a clean up

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A new purchase 1858 Bramah 26a , First I in Britanniar has no serrifs.

Like most copper varieties scarce in high grade.

 

 

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Very nice, PWA.

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A new purchase Gouby BP1880Af and a reasonable grade for type.

 

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Another decent 1915 Recessed ear purchased not attributed and dont see many in grade.

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1915 is by far the scarcer?

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Yes Peck ,i sold this one recently that was the best i have seen ,pictured in a slab.

 

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