1821 George III crown, 1862 Queen Victoria one rupee, 1797 cartwheel twopence and a WW1 medal

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1821 George III crown, 1862 Queen Victoria one rupee, 1797 cartwheel twopence and a WW1 medal awarded to 21351 Pte J Webster, Northumberland Fusiliers
1821 George III crown, 1862 Queen Victoria one rupee, 1797 cartwheel twopence and a WW1 medal awarded to 21351 Pte J Webster, Northumberland Fusiliers

Jewellery, silver, watches, coins & bijouterie

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Lots: 1100-End
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United Kingdom

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Tags: Twopence, British Coin, Crown