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BID DATE:
06/21/2017 12:42 AM
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COMPOSITE REPLICA OF “BUCKINGHAM PALACE” BY DANBURY MINT
Age. Less than 20 years old
Composition. Composite material
Size. 2 ¼” high x 10 ¼” wide x 9” deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This item has a paper label on the back which reads” Buckingham Palace, from the collection entitled Castles of the British Monarchy” and was issued by the Danbury Mint. It shows a detailed view of the exterior of the castle including the grounds as well as courtyard and has very nice details. It appears to have some hand painted details and is heavy for the size. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some minor paint wear and is missing some small pieces on the tops of the building as well as the fence as seen in our photo.

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