Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare

Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
NGC – AU-55 – (EXTREMELY RARE)? For those of you that missed the first coin we had for sale like this. Here is a second opportunity to have this rare coin. It´s the second coin that we´ve had of the 4 coins known in AU-55. This coin having much more Luster then the other one and in are opinion a much nicer coin. We have never seen an AU coin with so much luster. This is the sister coin of the. Spain Segovia 1723 – 8 Escudos. A two year type. ONLY 6 COINS KNOWN IN ALL GRADES & ONLY 2 COINS GRADED HIGHER MS-62 & AU-58+. THIS COIN IS 1 1/2 GRADE LOWER THEN THE NGC AU-58+. HERE YOU HAVE A GREAT SPECIMEN FOR MUCH LESS. THE OTHER COIN ALSO STATES ITS THE FINEST KNOWN, BUT IT IS´NT. THE FINEST KNOWN IS A MS-62. THIS IS A GREAT PRICE FOR ARE COIN AND. THE SEGOVIA “ROYALS” ARE WELL KNOWN FOR THERE EXCELENCE, WITH A SUPIRIOR STRIKE & MORE DETAIL THEN THE SPANISH COLONIAL “ROYALS”. The Segovia 8 escudos of Philip V represent the pinnacle of quality in the shield/cross type from Spanish mints, often called “onzas de cruz, ” with finely engraved intricate details struck by press on a perfectly smooth flan marked with an (edge-milling collar). They just do not compare with anything prior or contemporaneous except maybe Mexican “Royals” (Galanos) that sell in six figures. C onservatively graded in our opinion despite a few tiny marks and a small natural rim-flaw at 2 o’clock on the reverse. Rich gold color, perfectl y centered and evenly struck, with ample luster and great eye-appeal. “REAL INGENIO” of SEGOVIA – Was the most Sophisticated Minting machine with roller dies in the world. C rown Jewel of all Spanish Numismatics, from 1586 – 1869. At a time when the coins of Spain and its colonies were extremely poor quality, the Segovian pieces were so attractive because of roller dies technology. They are considered by most of Spanish collectors as the most beautiful coins ever minted in Spain. You have to take into account that we are talking about some coetaneous pieces to the cobs, a century and a half before they began to mint the pillar dollars. All coins coming from roller dies are a bit warped… And if you somehow find a totally plane one, it’s probably a counterfeit. Numista Rarity index: 100 /100. KM# 326, Cal# 152, Fr# 246. Large crowned arms in order collar. PHILIPPUS V DEI GRA. Cross in quatrefoil, mint mark and assayer initial in legend. HISPANIARUM REX F 8 1721/19. Royal Mint of Spain (Real Casa de la Moneda), Segovia, Spain (1591-date). We Accept Offers & in some cases Negociate prices. We Respond to all inquiries within 24 hours, normally in about 2-3 hours. We personally select all our items & try to offer you Premium Quality. All items are packaged securely to insure a safe journey to you. We really appreciate your comments & feedback after you receive your items and will do the same to you. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Gold”. The seller is “mannycoinsstampsbanknotes” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Denomination: 8 Escudos
  • Composition: Gold
  • Year: 1721/19
  • Grade: AU 55
  • KM Number: 326
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC

Spain? 8 Escudos 1721/19? Segovia Gold Royal? Ngc Au-55? Very Rare
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob

Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1611 “Dated” NGC 45. Pirate Gold Coins Treasure. Spain 1 Escudo 1611 “Dated” NGC 45! FULL 4 DIGIT DATE! ASSAYER, MINT & DENOMINATION ALL WELL STRUCK! Wow is this an exceptional piece! Very rarely do you see such an astounding date on a Spanish 1 Escudo, with a perfect crisp strike! The Toning really compliments the entire coin, but specifically makes the date really pop! The Cross is perfectly centered and 100% intact along with 80% of the surrounding Tressures, which is extremely rare! Along with exceptional toning to really give this piece that “pirate” look! The item “SPAIN 1 ESCUDO 1611 DATED ATOCHA ERA NGC 45 PIRATE GOLD COINS TREASURE COB” is in sale since Wednesday, March 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Year: 1621
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 4 escudos

Spain 1 Escudo 1611 Dated Atocha Era Ngc 45 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Cob
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure

Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
Spain 4 Escudos 1621-65 “Brute Style” NGC 61. Pirate Gold Coins Treasure. Spain 4 Escudos 1621-65 “Brute Style” NGC 61! Nice Bold Strike on both sides! The toning in the devices really makes this piece pop! Rarely do you even get a partial Crown, this piece has the majority of the Crown and the Denomination along the right side of the Shield. The Cross is 100% intact, many pieces have large “soft spots” sometimes removing up to 50% of the strike on the Cross. Not only is the Cross completely intact, the surround Tressures are 100% there, even inlcuding the sharp line due to it amazingly crisp strike! Also displays a partial “REX” (King) For a Brute Style piece, this piece of treasure has everything going for it! The item “SPAIN 4 ESCUDOS NGC 61 1621-65 ATOCHA ERA BRUTE PIRATE GOLD COINS TREASURE” is in sale since Wednesday, May 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Currency: Escudo
  • Year: 1652
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 4 ESCUDOS

Spain 4 Escudos Ngc 61 1621-65 Atocha Era Brute Pirate Gold Coins Treasure
1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Unlisted Date! NGC MS63
1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Unlisted Date! NGC MS63
1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Unlisted Date! NGC MS63

1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Unlisted Date! NGC MS63
1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Mint Year: 1845 Denomination: 80 Reales Mint Place: Barcelona (B) Condition. Certified and Graded by NGC as MS-63! Reference: Friedberg 324, KM-A579 var. This date not listed! 875 Diameter: 21mm Weight: 6.77gm. Obverse: Bare bust of Queen Isabel II of Spain right. POR LA GRACIA DE DIOS Y LA CONST. Reverse: Crowned coat-of-arms with Spanish shield, splitting value 80-Rs. All withi Toison d’Or (Golden Fleece Order) chain. Legend: REINA DE LAS ESPANAS. 10 October 1830 10 April 1904 was Queen regnant of Spain “Queen of the Spains” officially from 13 August 1836, Isabella II the Queen of Castile, Leon, Aragon… She was Spain’s first and so far only queen regnant, although she is sometimes considered the third Queen Regnant of Spain, as previous monarchs of Leon and Castile were counted as kings and queens of Spain. Counting the monarchs of Aragon as well, she is the fourth Queen regnant of Spain. Isabella was born in Madrid in 1830, the eldest daughter of Ferdinand VII, King of Spain, and of his fourth wife and niece, Maria Cristina, who was a Neapolitan Bourbon and also a grandniece of Marie Antoinette. Maria Cristina became regent on 29 September 1833, when her daughter Isabella, at the age of three years, was proclaimed queen-regent on the death of the king. Isabella succeeded to the throne because Ferdinand VII induced the. To help him set aside the Salic law introduced by the Bourbons in the early 18th century, and to re-establish the older succession law of Spain. The first pretender, Ferdinand’s brother Carlos, fought seven years, during the minority of Isabella, to dispute her title. His supporters and descendants were known as Carlists and the fight over the succession was the subject of a number of Carlist Wars in the 19th century. Isabella’s throne was only maintained through the support of the army. And the Liberals and Progressives, who at the same time established constitutional and parliamentary government, dissolved the religious orders, confiscated their property (including that of Jesuits), and tried to restore order in finances. After the Carlist war the queen-regent, Maria Cristina, resigned to make way for Baldomero Espartero, Prince of Vergara, the most successful and most popular Isabelline general, who remained regent for only two years. He was turned out in 1843 by a military and political. Led by Generals O’Donnell and Narvaez, who formed a cabinet, presided over by Joaquin Maria Lopez, and this government induced the. To declare Isabella of age at 13. Three years later the Moderado party or Castilian Conservatives made their sixteen-year-old queen marry her double-first cousin Francisco de Asís de Borbón (18221902), the same day (10 October 1846) that her younger sister, Infanta Luisa Fernanda, married Antoine d’Orléans, Duke of Montpensier. Hese marriages suited France and Louis Philippe, King of the French, who nearly quarrelled in consequence with Britain. But the marriages were not happy; persistent rumor had it that few if any of the Spanish Queen Regnant’s children were conceived by her king-consort, remoured to be an homosexual. For instance, the heir to the throne, who later became Alfonso XII, the Carlist party asserted had been conceived by a captain of the guard, Enrique Puig y Moltó. Isabella reigned from 1843 to 1868, a period of palace intrigues, back-stairs and antechamber influences, barracks conspiracies, military. To further the ends of the political parties Moderados who ruled from 1846 to 1854, Progressives from 1854 to 1856, Unión Liberal from 1856 to 1863. At this time, Queen Isabella was otherwise occupied achieving a monarchical revenge against Mexico, supporting, jointly with France, the Habsburg-Orleans Empire using the royal figures of Maximilian of Habsburg and Charlotte of Belgium, as Maximilian I and Carlota of Mexico. Moderados and Unión Liberals quickly succeeded each other and kept out the Progressives, thus sowing the seeds for the revolution of 1868. Isabella often interfered in politics in a wayward, unscrupulous way that made her very unpopular. She showed most favor to her reactionary generals and statesmen and to the Church and religious orders, and was constantly the tool of corrupt and profligate courtiers and favourites who gave her court a bad name. She went into exile at the end of September 1868, after her Moderado generals had made a slight show of resistance that was crushed at the battle of Alcolea by Marshals Serrano and Prim. Her exile helped cause the Franco-Prussian War, as Napoleon III could not accept the possibility that a German, Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, might replace Isabella, a dynast of the Spanish Borbons and two generations removed from her French-born grandfather Philip V of Spain. Isabella was induced to abdicate in Paris on 25 June 1870, in favour of her son, Alfonso XII, and the cause of the restoration was furthered. She had left her husband the previous March and continued to live in France after the restoration in 1874. On the occasion of one of her visits to Madrid during Alfonso XII’s reign, she began to intrigue with the politicians of the capital, and was peremptorily requested to go abroad again. She resided in Paris for the rest of her life, seldom traveling abroad except for a few visits to Spain. During her exile she grew closer to her husband, with whom she maintained an ambiguous friendship until his death in 1902. Her last days were marked by the matrimonial problems of her youngest daughter. She died on 10 April 1904, and is entombed in El Escorial. The item “1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Unlisted Date! NGC MS63″ is in sale since Friday, June 25, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Denomination: 80 Reales
  • KM Number: A579 var. (this date not listed!)
  • Grade: MS 63
  • Year: 1845

1845, Spain, Queen Isabel II. Rare Gold 80 Reales Coin. Unlisted Date! NGC MS63
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN

1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
With a weight of 6.68g. Date is not visible, but the assayer mark of B dates this coin between 1600 and 1610, and is much harder and less available than the assayer V 2 escudos! Royal Mint of Spain (Real Casa de la Moneda), Madrid, Spain (1591-date). Philip III was the King of Spain and King of Portugal and the Algarves, where he ruled as Philip II of Portugal from 1598 until his death. Philip III married Margaret of Austria, sister of Emperor Ferdinand II member of the House of Habsburg. Born in Madrid, the son of Philip II of Spain and his fourth wife (and niece) Anna, he shared the viewpoints and beliefs of his father, including his piety, but did not inherit his industry. The diligent old king hand sorrowfully confessed that God had not given him a son capable of governing his vast dominions, and that he has foreseen that Philip III would be led by his servants. Unlike his father, Philip III was not interested in the day-to-day business of government. He spent many months each year traveling to different palaces with his court, away from the government centre. His household costs rose enormously at a time of falling income. He died in Madrid in 1621. The story told in the memoirs of the French ambassador Bassompierre, that he was killed in the heat of a brasero (a pan of hot charcoal), because the proper official to take it away was not at hand, is a humorous exaggeration of the formal etiquette of the court. Obverse: Cross potent within polylobe, without inward-facing lis-symbols. Four annulets in outer fields and traces of legend around. Legend: + HISPANIARVM REX. Reverse: Crowned spanish coat-of-arms. Mint letter (S) above assayer initial (B) in left field. For your consideration a rare Spanish gold 2 escudos cob coin, struck at the Seville mint under Philip III of Spain. A beautiful 100% authentic gold 2 escudos cob coin from the Atocha Era graded in a NGC MS 61 Graded Slab Holder which is one of 3 in this grade with NONE FINER! Philip III (Spanish: Felipe III; April 14, 1578 March 31, 1621) was the King of Spain and King of Portugal and the Algarves, where he ruled as Philip II of Portugal (Portuguese: Filipe II), from 1598 until his death. His chief minister was the Duke of Lerma. Philip III married Margaret of Austria, sister of Emperor Ferdinand II, and like her husband, a member of the House of Habsburg. The item “1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN” is in sale since Tuesday, November 9, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “coinzio729″ and is located in Lehi, Utah. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Denomination: 2 Escudo
  • Composition: Gold
  • Year: 1621
  • Certification Number: 4340059-002
  • Grade: MS 61
  • KM Number: 48
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Modified Item: No
  • Certification: NGC

1598-1621 Spain 2 Escudos Gold Philip III Seville Mint NGC MS 61! FINEST KNOWN
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant

Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 2 Reales 1735 “Philip V” Pendant. Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry. Spain (Madrid) milled 1 Real “half pistareen” Philip V 1735/4 mounted in twist-wire 14kt Gold Bezel and Shackle! 5.69g total Excellent toning! The item “SPAIN 1 REAL 1735 14KT BEZEL PIRATE GOLD COINS TREASURE JEWELRY NECKLACE PENDANT” is in sale since Wednesday, August 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Year: 1735
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: Real

Spain 1 Real 1735 14kt Bezel Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Necklace Pendant
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure

Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1590-93 Ducado “King & Queen” Pendant. Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Treasure. Spain 1590-93 Ducado “King & Queen” Pendant Incredible toning to really make the details visible! The Shield side is absolutely incredible! The perfectly centering allows for the entire legends to be visible, and the strike as no signs of doubling whatsoever!! Absolutely stunning piece with incredible history for the price! The item “SPAIN 1590-93 DUCADO PIRATE GOLD COINS JEWELRY NECKLACE SHIPWRECK TREASURE” is in sale since Saturday, July 31, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Year: 1590
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: ducato

Spain 1590-93 Ducado Pirate Gold Coins Jewelry Necklace Shipwreck Treasure
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob

Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
Spain 1 Escudo 1516-56 “Great Details” NGC 61. Pirate Gold Coins Treasure. Spain 1 Escudo 1516-56 Great Details! Weight 3.3 grams Seville Mint, Basically perfect centering! The Full Crown is showing and a nice even legend around the whole coin making this piece incredibly aethetically pleasing! If it’s even possible the Cross side might be even a little better centered. Almost full legends around the entire reverse! Nice crisp strike on the Cross with 100% of the details showing with no doubling. Crisp strike with no doubling on both sides really makes this Spain 1 Escudo a trophy piece for the type! The item “SPAIN 1 ESCUDO NGC 61 SEVILLE PIRATE GOLD COINS 1516-56 SHIPWRECK TREASURE COB” is in sale since Thursday, September 23, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Denomination: Escudo
  • Grade: MS 61
  • Year: 1516

Spain 1 Escudo Ngc 61 Seville Pirate Gold Coins 1516-56 Shipwreck Treasure Cob
1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53
1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53
1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53

1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53
1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53! Mint Year: 1798 Denomination: 2 Escudos Reference: Friedberg 296, KM-435.1. Mint Place: Madrid (privy mark: crowned M) Condition. Minor deposits in protected areas, otherwise a nice XF! 875 Diameter: 22mm Weight: 6.77gm. Obverse: Draped profile bust of Charles IV right. Charles IV by the Grace of God, King of the Spains and Indies 1798. Reverse: Shield under crown within Golden Fleece Order collar. Value (2-S) in fields. Legend: AUSPICE DEO IN UTROQ FELIX (privy mark: crowned M) MF (assayer initials) Translateion. Under God’s Auspices Happy in Both (Worlds). The doubloon (from Spanish doblon, meaning “double”), was a two-escudo or 32-reales gold coin, weighing 6.77 grams (0.218 troy ounces). Doubloons were minted in Spain, Mexico, Peru, and Nueva Granada. In Spain, doubloons were current up to the middle of the 19th century. In Europe the doubloon became the model for several other gold coins, including the French Louis d’or, the Italian doppia, the Swiss duplone, the Northern German pistole, and the Prussian Friedrich d’or. Was King of Spain from. Until his abdication on. Charles was the second son of Charles III and his wife Maria Amalia of Saxony. He was born at Portici, while his father was king of the Two Sicilies. His elder brother Don Felipe was passed over for the two thrones as mentally retarded and epileptic. Charles had inherited a great frame and immense physical strength from the Saxon line of his mother, granddaughter of August the Strong. When young he was fond of wrestling with the strongest countrymen he could find. While he was considered by many to be intellectually sluggish and quite credulous he was also known for his acts of kindness. In 1788, Charles III died and Charles IV succeeded to the throne. Even though he had a profound belief in the sanctity of his office and kept up the appearance of an absolute, powerful monarch, he never took more than a passive part in the direction of his own government, occupying himself with hunting. The affairs of government he left to his wife and his prime minister. In 1792, Maria Louis finally succeeded in ousting the Count of Floridablanca from office and had him replaced with Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda, the chief of the. However, in the wake of the war against Republican France, the liberal-leaning Count of Aranda was replaced by Manuel de Godoy, a favourite of the Queen and allegedly her lover, who would henceforth enjoy the lasting favour of the King. Godoy continued Aranda’s policy of neutrality towards France but after Spain protested against the execution of the deposed king in 1793, France declared war on Spain and in 1795 forced Godoy to conclude an alliance and declared war on Great Britain. In 1803, after smallpox had affected his daughter Maria Luisa, the king commissioned his doctor Francisco Javier de Balmis to bring the vaccine to the Spanish colonies on state expenses. Spain remained an ally of France and supported the Continental Blockade until the the British naval victory at Trafalgar. However, After Napoleon’s victory over Prussia in 1807, Godoy again steered Spain back onto the French side. This switching back and forth devalued Charles’ position as a trustworthy ally while the return to the French alliance increased Godoy’s unpopularity and strengthened. The supporters of Crown Prince Ferdinand, who favored a close relationship with Great Britain. When King Charles was told that his son Ferdinand was appealing to Napoleon against Godoy, he took the side of the minister. When the populace rose at Aranjuez in 1808 he abdicated on. In favour of his son, to save the minister who had been taken prisoner. Ferdinand took the throne as Ferdinand VII, but was distrusted by Napoleon who had 100,000 soldiers in Spain by that time. Charles IV found refuge in France, and became a prisoner of Napoleon: the latter, posing as arbiter, summoned both Charles IV and his son to Bayonne in April and coaxed Charles (who had a difficult time restraining himself from assaulting his son) to retract his earlier abdication and abdicate, on. In favour of Napoleon. Charles was then interned in Talleyrand’s castle in Valençay. He accepted a pension from the French Emperor and spent the rest of his life between his wife and Godoy, staying briefly in Compiègne and more durably in Marseille. In 1812, he finally settled in Rome in the Palazzo Barberini, where he died on. The item “1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53″ is in sale since Monday, August 30, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Denomination: 2 Escudos
  • KM Number: 435.1.
  • Grade: AU 53
  • Year: 1798

1798, Spain, Charles IV. Spanish Gold 2 Escudos Coin. (6.77gm) NGC AU-53
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur

Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 PCGS 62. Pirate Gold Coins Treasure. Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 “Brute Style” PCGS 62 with Incredible Full Crown, and large portion of shield with no doubling! Cross is 95% complete with 80% of the surrounding Tressures with great centering! As we’ve always mentioned in the past, Spain Brute Styles really encapsulate the “Pirate Treasure Coin” of the era! Beautiful Gold Luster on this piece! The item “SPAIN 4 ESCUDOS 1630-55 BRUTE STYLE PCGS 62 PIRATE GOLD COINS DOUBLOON TREASUR” is in sale since Tuesday, December 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Certification: NGC
  • Year: 1607
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 4 escudos

Spain 4 Escudos 1630-55 Brute Style Pcgs 62 Pirate Gold Coins Doubloon Treasur
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