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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Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry

Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 1 Escudo 1617 “Full 4 Digit Date” NGC 25. Pirate Gold Coins Treasures. SPAIN 1617 ESCUDO NGC 25 ATOCHA ERA FULL 4 DIGIT DATE! PIRATE GOLD COIN TREASURE. Check out this Full 4 digit Date 1617 Full CROSS and Tressure, and CROWN, SHEILD!!! The toning on this piece reflects the very essence of the Golden Age of the Pirate Era! Struck from the Seville Mint Cal. 66, Tauler 63 weighs 3.27gm, Assayer G. This piece is very similar and condition as well as Crown, etc.. and is offered at LESS than HALF the price! 122 Spain Escudos (1s and 2s) that were Found on the 1622 Atocha Shipwreck (again, FROM SPAIN), only a couple have been seen with even a partial date (out of those 122 pieces). All we know for sure is it was from the same Time Era. A gorgeous piece that would be a pinnacle in any Advanced Collection! The item “SPAIN 1617 1 ESCUDO NGC 25 GOLD COB DOUBLOON PIRATE GOLD COINS TREASURE JEWELRY” is in sale since Thursday, August 30, 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
  • Grade: 35
  • Year: 1556
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 2 Escudos

Spain 1617 1 Escudo Ngc 25 Gold Cob Doubloon Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot

Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1617 “Dated” NGC 50. Pirate Gold Coins Treasure. Spain 2 Escudos 1617 “Dated” NGC 50 Pirate Gold Coins Treasure! Weight 6.77gms Full bold cross with toning and FULL 4 DIGIT DATE! It also appears to have coral remnants surrounding the “16” and also the “HI” on the Obverse a FULL shield along with possibly some further coral at the base of the shield! Full “II” denomination and “DG” representing “the Grace of God”xx. The item “SPAIN 2 ESCUDOS 1617 DATED NGC 50 ATOCHA ERA PIRATE GOLD COINS TREASURE LOOT” is in sale since Friday, May 14, 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: 1617
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: Escudo

Spain 2 Escudos 1617 Dated Ngc 50 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot

Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
Pirate Gold Coins Treasure. The first thing your eye will notice is gorgeous gold color this piece reflects, second and equally as astounding tho is the centering with a crisp clean strike on the Cross to really make this an amazing Jewelry canidate! The entire Cross is visible (even 85% is really good). The reverse also has great centering allowing for a large portion of the Crown to be showing (high desirable)! Overall a great piece for the grade and is an incredible treasure coin to put in a pendant if you wanted! The item “SPAIN 2 ESCUDOS 1556-1621 PCGS 45 ATOCHA ERA PIRATE GOLD COINS TREASURE LOOT” is in sale since Monday, July 12, 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: 1621
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: Escudo

Spain 2 Escudos 1556-1621 Pcgs 45 Atocha Era Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Loot
1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Overdate! NGC AU-55
1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Overdate! NGC AU-55
1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Overdate! NGC AU-55

1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Overdate! NGC AU-55
1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Denomination: Gold 4 Escudos Mint Place: Madrid (crowned M) Reference: Friedberg 284, CT-306, KM-418.1. Certified and graded by NGC as AU-55! Assayers: P edro Remigio Gordillo and J ose de Villaviciosa (PJ) Mint Year: 1781. According to NGC the last two digits re-ngraved from 79, which indicate the usage of the modified 1779 dies for the striking of this issue! 875 Diameter: 30mm Weight: 13.5gm. Obverse: Profile bust of Charles III right with long hair, wearing Toison d’or Order. Charles III by the Grace of God, King of Spain, 1781/79. Reverse: Crowned oval spanish shield with arms Castile (Castle) and León (Lion). All within Toison d’or Order. Under the auspices of God there is happiness on both sides. Charles III (January 20, 1716 December 14, 1788) was King of Spain 170088 (as Carlos III), King of Naples and Sicily 173559 (as Carlo VII and Carlo V), and Duke of Parma 173235 (as Carlo I). He was a proponent of. Charles was the first son of the second marriage of Philip V with Elizabeth Farnese of Parma. At the age of sixteen he was sent to rule as Duke of Parma by right of his mother. On December 1, 1734 following Montemar’s victory over the Austrians at Bitonto, he made himself master of Naples and Sicily by arms. Charles had, however, no military tastes, seldom wore uniforms, and could only with difficulty, be persuaded to witness a review. The peremptory action of the British admiral commanding in the Mediterranean at the approach of the War of the Austrian Succession, who forced him to promise to observe neutrality under a threat to bombard Naples, made a deep impression on his mind. It gave him a feeling of hostility towards the Kingdom of Great Britain which, in after-times, influenced his policy. As King of Naples and Sicily, Charles began there the work of internal reform which he afterwards continued in Spain. Foreign ministers who dealt with him agreed that he had no great natural ability, but he was honestly desirous to do his duty as king, and he showed good judgment in his choice of ministers. The chief minister in Naples, Tanucci, had a considerable influence over him. It was during his rule that the Roman cities of Herculaneum (1738), Stabiae and Pompeii (1748) were re-discovered. The king encouraged the excavations and was informed about the findings even after moving to Spain. On August 10, 1759, his half-brother Ferdinand VI of Spain died, and Charles III left the Neapolitan/Sicilian dominions to go to Madrid. His second son would eventually rule in Spain as Charles IV. His third son would unify the Kingdom of Naples and Kingdom of Sicily to form the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and ruled as Ferdinand. As king of Spain, his foreign policy was marked by the alliance with France (the Family Compacts) and the conflict with Britain over the control of the American possessions. His support for France in the close of the Seven Years’ War led to the loss of Florida to the British, although this was partly compensated by the acquisition of the French Louisiana. The rivalry with Britain also led him to support the American revolutionaries in their War of Independence despite his misgivings about the example it would set for the Spanish Colonies. During the war, Spain recovered Minorca and Florida, but failed to capture Gibraltar. His internal government was, on the whole, beneficial to the country. He began by compelling the people of Madrid to give up emptying their slops out of the windows, and when they objected he said they were like children who cried when their faces were washed. In 1766, his attempt to force the. To adopt the French dress for public security reasons was the excuse for a riot. During which he did not display much personal courage. For a long time after, he remained at Aranjuez, leaving the government in the hands of his minister Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda. Not all his reforms were of this formal kind. Charles was a thorough despot of the benevolent order, and had been deeply offended by the real or suspected share of the Jesuits in the riot of 1766. He therefore consented to the expulsion of the order, and was then the main advocate for its suppression. His quarrel with the Jesuits, and the recollection of some disputes with the Pope he had had when King of Naples turned him towards a general policy of restriction of what he saw as the overgrown power of the Church. The number of reputedly idle clergy, and more particularly of the monastic orders, was reduced, and the Spanish Inquisition, though not abolished, was rendered torpid. In the meantime, much antiquated legislation which tended to restrict trade and industry was abolished; roads, canals and drainage works were established. The result was largely due to the king, who even when he was ill-advised did at least work steadily at his task of government. He created the Spanish Lottery and introduced Christmas cribs following Neapolitan models. During his reign, the movement to found “Economic Societies” (a rough prototype Chamber of Commerce) was born. His example was not without effect on some of the nobles. In his domestic life King Charles was regular, and was a considerate master, though he had a somewhat caustic tongue and took a rather cynical view of humanity. He was passionately fond of hunting. During his later years he had some trouble with his eldest son and daughter-in-law. If Charles had lived to see the beginning of the French Revolution he would probably have been frightened into reaction. As he died on the 14th of December 1788 he left the reputation of a philanthropic and philosophic king, still nicknamed “el rey alcalde” (“the king mayor”) because of the public works in Madrid. In spite of his hostility to the Jesuits, his dislike of friars in general, and his jealousy of the Spanish Inquisition, he was a very sincere Roman Catholic. Charles was responsible for granting the title “Royal University” to the University of Santo Tomas in Manila which is the oldest in Asia. The item “1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Overdate! NGC AU-55″ is in sale since Saturday, June 26, 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: 4 Escudos
  • KM Number: 418.1.
  • Grade: AU 55
  • Year: 1781

1781/79, Spain, Charles III. Large Gold 4 Escudos Coin. Overdate! NGC AU-55
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