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Lorry driver discovers gold Henry VIII half-sovereign worth £2,000 (www.dailymail.co.uk)

The Henry VIII gold half-sovereign was struck at the Tower Mint in London, showing the King holding an Orb and Sceptre on the throne the obverse, with a Crowned shield held by lions on the reverse.

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