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Silver proof pattern struck at the Heaton Mint (England) for Bogota, Colombia, 50 centavos, 1900, pl

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Silver proof pattern struck at the Heaton Mint (England) for Bogota, Colombia, 50 centavos, 1900, pl
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Silver proof pattern struck at the Heaton Mint (England) for Bogota, Colombia, 50 centavos, 1900, plain edge, very rare, NGC PF 61, finest and only example in NGC census, Restrepo Plate. Restrepo-80 (p. 255); KM-Pn82. 12.50 grams; 30mm. Brilliantly lustrous and choice, with just a few wispy hairlines in fields, no toning, evidently superior to the Eldorado specimen in SP58 (PCGS), listed as "three known" in KM. As Restrepo notes, the dies used for this pattern were used for the regular issues of 1906-8 struck in Bogota. NGC #5931969-019. Pedigreed to the Nueva Granada collection and plated on page 255 of Restrepo's Coins of Colombia (2012) (stated on label).