As it's wired it should work. However, not if the ballast resistor on the side not attached to the coil doesn't have battery voltage on it with the ign key in run (will require a DVM to answer). If it is less than battery voltage that may be a problem since you may be current limiting the circuit current/voltage twice. The ballast resistor may also be bad (open most likely)
Any coil can withstand the direct battery voltage for some period -it will just over heat the coil leading to thermal failure. the coils that are designed for higher voltage just have better thermal aspects or lower failure failure consequences.
66 "C" code coupe bench seat