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Potosi silver cob 2 reales. Q Assayer. 1613-1616. Atocha type. Coin # SC27-162 Denomination: 8 Reales Reign: Philip III Mint: Potosi Assayer: T Weight: 20.1 grams Date: Not Visible Grade: 2 ID: 85A-160918 Note: Assayer T, de Tapia, was known for his eccentric variations in coin strikes. With many transpositions over his tenure, the known dyslexic Tapia struck coins that yielded mirror ima
Atocha 1622 Shipwreck Mexico Mint 8 Reale Coin 21.00 Grams, Clear OM, Assayer NV (F) Grade 3 Philip III Great Napkin Deal Coin with Original Mel Fisher Treasure Salvor's Sinclair Raised Embossed Stamped Photo COA & Flip #85A-134830 Coin #22 $2,195.0 The obverse and reverse sides, although not as clear, may show portions of the cross and shield, mintmark, assayer mark and denomination; but seldom all at once. Atocha coins are supplied with the original photo type Certificate of Authenticity Dr Alan Craig in his book about Atocha bars describes this assayer mark as rare. 6. Owner's monogram (AR) for Lorenzo de Arriola: Prominently displayed and deeply engraved on the right side of the bar is the monogram of its owner, Lorenzo de Arriola. Arriola was a rich merchant who had over 66 bars loaded at Portobello, Panama, for the Atocha. .5 grams Diameter: 1.4-1.5 inches Price: $2395.00 SOLD . Grade 1+, Excellent full cross with all lions and castles clearly visible in the cross quadrants. Equally nice full shield with all elements of the shield visible along with bold mint and. His mantra continues to inspire the search for the remaining treasure from the Nuestra Senora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, the Spanish galleons that sank during a hurricane on September 6, 1622, near Key West, Florida. It took years, cost lives, and challenged all who served as members of Mel's loyal crew. On July 20, 1985, after more.
In my book, Treasure Coins of the Nuestra Señora de Atocha and the Santa Margarita, time frames of assayer authority are presented as circa's.The word circa means approximate or nearly, so while some years are confirmed, designations for coins produced prior to the addition of year of strike are in many cases estimates based on information culled by researchers from incomplete. The Nuestra Senora de Atocha carried over 200,000 hand stamped silver coins from mints in Potosi, Lima and Mexico City. To date, only 128 gold Atocha coins have been recovered! The gold Atocha coins were minted in Spain, as gold coins were not minted in the New World in 1622 Atocha Philip II 8 Reale Potosi Assayer : R. Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by wadek2, May 16, 2013. wadek2 New Member. Hi Everyone, So I recently bought this coin from an online estate auction. I did not really know what I was buying but I saw similar coins selling on ebay for more than what I was paying so I thought it was a good.
The assayer mark is not visible, but the cross side lion design is that of assayer T's coins from 1620. This nice well detailed coin is better than most grade 1 coins on the market today. An excellent example of the increasing difficult to obtain 4 reales denomination series of Atocha coins Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayer not visible. 15.17 grams. Somewhat misshapen from heavy corrosion but with one castle in part of cross clear, lightly toned. d062004918086: $175: Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayer not visible (pillars and waves). 9.28 grams. Most of pillars-and-waves and cross despite very.
Assayer Quadra's coins have design variations in the rendition of the standard Q assayer's initial. This coin is Menzels Type IVb which has a reverse 9 instead of a Q. THE 1622 SHIPWRECK OF THE SPANISH GALLEON ATOCHA Beginning in 1561, and lasting until 1748, the Spanish government sent two merchant convoys each year to the New World.. Details about Atocha 8 Reale Assayer C1613 Appraisal $9400 See original listing. Atocha 8 Reale Assayer C1613 Appraisal $9400: Condition:--not specified. Ended: Apr 07, 2021. Price: US $1,700.00. Shipping: $25.00 Flat Rate Freight | See details . Item location: West Palm Beach, Florida, United States. Mostly clear details on the shield side, with the mintmark and assayer's mark very evident. Includes original Melvin Fisher certificate from Treasure Salvors, Inc., coin number 85A-180159. Ex: Atocha shipwreck, sunk on 6 September 1622 off the coast of what is now the Florida Keys. Estimate: $500.00- $750.00..
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Atocha Shipwreck Era! Full Date 1596 Seville Spain 2 Reales Assayer B: Bravo at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products Concierge price: $8900. Authentic pirate gold coins - ATOCHA GOLD TREASURE BAR 1622 EN RADA 889 gm/ 31.3 Oz from Mel Fisher 1985 Salvage w/ COA! This stunning Shipwreck Gold Treasure bar from the Nuestra Señora De Atocha from 1622 was recovered July 20th 1985 by Treasure Salvors, Inc. Mel Fisher Family. Error. Page cannot be displayed. Please contact your service provider for more details. (26 Mexico City Mint, R Assayer (1729-1730) Four Reale from the Rooswijk Shipwreck of 1739, Coin # AC1242 Grade 1 Atocha Coins. Grade 1 Atocha coins were salvaged from the interior most portion of the treasure chest, and thus exhibit minimal amounts of salt water damage. Typically, they are clearly struck on both the obverse and reverse sides with the mintmark, assayer mark and denomination often all visible
Denomination: 8 Reales Mint: Potosi Assayer: R Baltasar Ramos Leceta (Large Curved R) (1574-1576) Reign: Philip III Weight: 26.6 Grade: Two (2) Date: Never Dated Coin Number: 85A-17643 Item#: 2116 (85A-246649) Denomination: 4 reales. Mint: Potosi. Assayer: Not Visible (T) Measurements with 14k gold bezel. Weight: 15.5 grams. Diameter: 1.3-1.4 inches. Price: $1995.00 SOLD. Grade 2+, full cross with reversed lions and castles visible in the cross quadrants and with the lions and castles of the style of assayer T circa 1620
Huge selection of books in all genres. Free UK delivery on eligible orders. Browse new releases, best sellers or classics & find your next favourite boo The Atocha shipwreck sank in 1622, this coin was minted long after the wreck. The assayer's Mark isn't visible on this coin, but given the date this coin's assayer is VR (Pedro de Villar) and was struck during the reign of King Carlos II of Spain Assayer Diego De La Torre, 1577-1588 (reign of Philip II). Known for the high quality of his coinage. Atocha coins from the Lima mint are extremely rare, and command premium prices. This coin is boldly struck on both sides. The shield is well centered, with clear assayer and mint marks. Nearly full weight at 6.5 grams In September of 1622, during a hurricane, the Nuestra Señora de Atocha went down forty miles west of Key West. Some of the wreckage was discovered in 1971, by Mel Fisher after years of searching. It's main treasure-trove was finally located in 1986 producing large quantities of silver cobs, gold bars, jewelry, and choice emeralds RECOVERED FROM THE ATOCHA (1622) Bogota one escudos showing a legible date are extremely rare before assayer Molano (1730's). Late in the 1730's, faced with large new gold deposits to refine and coin, Molano began to strike four and eight escudos. Four and eight escudos were struck for 20 years, until the switch to milled coinage in 1756
This coin also comes with Mel Fisher\\'s Treasure Salvors Atocha photo certificate #85A-176083. <br /> This is a genuine Spanish silver coin recovered from the Atocha shipwreck, which sank approximately 35 miles west of Key West, Florida. The Nuestra Senora de Atocha was a newly built 110' Spanish Galleon in 1622. As the Amaranth, the Atocha was designated to bring up the rear of the Tierra. From a series of mysteriously high grade bars without foundry/assayer markings and tax stamps (also no assayer's bite), hence purported to be either the property of the Church or representative of the king's fifth (tax), this example with very bold fineness but light serial number (both hand-engraved), two dimples on top where the metal. Mint Assayers in Colonial Times Places of Coinage, Essayers, Masters of the Mint and Judges of Balance Assayers in Spanish America. Each coin identifies the place of coinage and also the person responsible for the law of the coin (purity and weight) called the assayer. Usually the initials of the names were used and could be one or two assayers by minting Silver 1618-21 Mexico 8 Reales Cob T Assayer 1985 Atocha Shipwreck Coin Silver 1618-21 Mexico 8 Reales Cob T Assayer 1985 Atocha Shipwreck Coin 1647, Mexico, Philip IV. Spanish Silver Piece of 8 Reales Cob Coin. Full Date
Here is the lot description. Large silver Atocha bar #779 from Potosi, 92 lb 3.84 oz troy, Class Factor 1.0, with markings of mine / date Po1621, manifest IIIIULI (4051), and fineness IIUCCCLXXX (2380/2400) followed by cartouche of assayer Mexia, shipper / owner's marks (Arriola) and tax stamps, from the Atocha (1622), with original stock certificates Atocha, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida Lot of three Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip III, assayer D (where visible), Grade 3, with HRC replacement certificates. Generally good shields and crosses despite varying degrees of edge-loss from corrosion Coin #: 85A-190415 Denomination: 4 Reales Reign: Philip III Mint: Potosi Assayer: Not visible Weight: 8.20 Date: Not Dated Origin: #1050 Grade: TWO (2) Frame: 14 Karat Yellow Gold Pendan
Full size face casting from an original Atocha shipwreck 80lb silver ingot. This face cast is from the most beautiful of all the silver ingots recovered from the Atocha. With sharp details and all important markings visible. Date, Assayer, silver master, Assayers bite, Fineness mark, owners Sigla, Sigla F and with several tax stamps of Philip III Atocha 1622 Shipwreck Diamond & Pearl 18k Gold Mounted Potosi Mint 2 Reale Coin 5.7 Grams Assayer R Grade 1 Philip III with Original Treasure Salvor's Raised Embossed Stamped COA. #85A-172186. Coin #18 $3,795.0 Mel Fisher Treasure Site Which features artifacts found on the famous shipwreck Atocha and Santa Margarita as well as the 1715. This coin is from the Fisher recovery of coins from the 1622 wreck of the Atocha, and accompanied by the small Atocha certificate as imaged below. World Coins / Atocha ship wreck of 1622. Spanish Colonial. Philip II, 1556 to 1598. 2 Real from Lima mint. Assayer: Diego de la Torre . Size:.
Starting in the 10 o'clock position there is a P for Potosi, next is the 8 for the denomination of 8 reale (pronounced ray-al). Next is the assayer's initial E for Antonio de Erqueta, who ran the mint from 1651 to 1679. The other E means the same. The numerals 77 (meaning 1677) are visible between the Pillars. Silver bar recovered from 1622 shipwreck of Nuestra Senora de Atocha, weight 1045ozt (32,500 grams), comes with COA from Treasure Salvors Inc., estimate $30,000-$50,000 markings and assayer's. 294 - Atocha Complete Colombian gold bar, 2552 grams, 22K marked with foundry/assayer SARGOSA / PECARTA. Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC. Complete Colombian gold bar #50, 2552 grams, marked with foundry/assayer SARGOSA / PECARTA and fineness XXII (22K), from the Atocha (1622). 11-1/2&.. Nuestra Señora de Atocha (Our Lady of Atocha) was the most famous of a fleet of Spanish ships that sank in 1622 off the Florida Keys while carrying copper, silver, gold, tobacco, gems, jewels, jewelry, and indigo from Spanish ports at Cartagena and Porto Bello in New Granada (current Colombia and Panama, respectively) and Havana bound for Spain. The ship was named for the parish of. Atocha 1622 Gold Bar Repro Necklace Pirate Gold Coins Treasure Jewelry Pendant. Posted on September 21, 2020 by admin.
- The Classics Atocha Collection of quality type coins from the Atocha with original certificates Philip II, assayer Gothic D with open right side below mintmark S to . Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC. Seville, Spain, cob 2 escudos, Philip II, assayer Gothic D with open right side below mintmark S to left. CT-Type 46. 6.68 grams. XF, struck. Munibe's mark is the combined MB stamped into the surface. Other marks include tax stamps, the purity value, Atocha silvermaster Jacove de Vreder's V, and the assayer's scoop, where a sample of silver was removed at the foundry for purity testing. The ingot is 35.2 centimeters long and weighs 34.6 kilograms (76.26 pounds) Potosi mint. Mint P, Assayer NV. Crowned arms / Cross with lions and castles in the angles. KM 10. Fine. Wreck of the ATOCHA, grade 2, TSI Number 85A-174523. On September 6, 1622, the heavily laden treasure galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha of King Philip IV's Tierra Firme Fleet struck a reef and sank in a raging storm near the Florida Keys
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, Philip III, assayer not visible, Grade 4, ex-Atocha (1622), mounted cross-side out in rustic 14K gold bezel with anchor Bidding Has Concluded Estimate : 300.00 - 450.0 What a timeless piece of history! This detailed handstruck Spanish silver Piece of 8 is a real treasure. Coin was recovered by Mel Fisher's crew in 1985 on the wreck of the famous Nuestra Senora de Atocha which sank in 1622 west of the Florida Keys. Wearing a historic piece like this easily becomes your signature pi
The Atocha was certainly serving this purpose well, carrying over 30 tons of silver in the form of coins, plate and, most of all, 1,038 ingots. This large amount of bullion was being shipped to satisfy many objectives, both private and governmental. well-defined Omega near the assayer's bite on bar number 346, and an unusual X near. Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip II, assayer B (2nd period). S-P6; KM-3.2. 6.28 grams. Very broad flan with much legend and crown, bold P-B and denomination ii, good full shield and cross, deeply toned VF. ($80-$120) ===== The auction house estimated $80 to $120. The $246 hammer indicates that this is indeed a rare coin Assayer ingots soon became the standard method to deal with the massive flow of new California gold. First, a gold miner would stockpile a cache of raw gold dust and nuggets. Then, based on word-of-mouth reputation, location and fees, the miner would select one of the competing assaying offices Shipwreck Shop. Unique Keepsakes. Pieces of Jupiter's early beginnings. Own your own Historic Treasure Coin. 8 REALES 4 REALES 2 REALES 1 REALES GOLD COINS UNSET COINS. The best way to purchase is to CONTACT US and we except payment via PayPal, Venmo, Zelle and Credit Cards. 561-339-6822. All coins come with their certificate of authenticity
Flat, cut gold bar #3130, 186 grams, marked with fineness XXII (22K) and foundry/assayer G.DE BS, from the Atocha (1622), with old, hand-signed Fisher Bidding Has Concluded Estimate : 15,000.00 - 30,000.0 In 1857, the elegant side-wheel steamer SS Central America was bound for New York, carrying 578 hardy souls and more than two tons of gold dust, nuggets, coins and assayer ingots from the California Gold Rush. The ship never made port, sinking in a hurricane off the coast of the Carolinas in 8,000 feet of deep blue sea INTERNET-ONLY AUCTION #1 Summer 2011 - Featuring hundreds of cobs from the Sao Jose Wreck (1622), general world gold and silver coins (mostly Latin American), and a large Atocha silver bar, 789 lots in all. Note: This auction is ABSENTEE BID only, closing on July 28 at 9:00 PM EDT