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AUSTRALIA SHIPWRECK COINAGE : GILT DRAGON
Lot
Description
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5329
Bolivia: Potosi Mint Philip IV 1652PE Cob 8 Reales. KM-A20.8. Both dates clear. Very rare date, unpriced KM. Water worn, VG/F. West Australian Museum certificate no 11588 with sale permit.(P)
 AVAILABLE at A$1000
5330
Colombia: Sante Fe (Nuevo Reino) Mint Philip IV 8 Reales (16)?8 (for 1628?) F/gF. KM-3.3 cat US$3500 for normal non Gilt Dragon coin. West Australian Museum certificate no 61 with sale permit. Very rare, only a couple of coins from this mint recovered from the wreck. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$4000
5331
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip III (1598-1621) cob 8 Reales, 1620, assayer D (CC type 53, 143; Cb.636; Yr.504). Clear date and mintmark, some flat spots o/w VG/F & a scarce date. Western Australian Museum Certificate #11544(3654) With WA sale permission. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$750
5332
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV NVV Cob 2 Reales Assayer P 1634-66 KM-33. F. West Australian Museum Certificate no 13189 with permit to sell. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
5333
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV NDV Cob 4 Reales Assayer P 1634-65 KM-38. VF. West Australia Museum Certificate no 13192 with permit to sell.
 AVAILABLE at A$375
5334
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV NDV Cob 4 Reales Assayer P 1634-65 KM-38. F. West Australian Museum Certificate no 13191 with permit to sell. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$375
5335
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV (16)49 Cob 8 Reales. KM-45. Very scarce date. Water worn aVF. West Australian Museum certificate no 11549 with sale permit (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$450
5336
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV 1650P Cob 8 Reales. KM-45. Very scarce date. Water worn F. West Australian Museum certificate no. 11550 with sale permit (pending). (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$500
5337
Spain: Segovia mint Philip IV (1)636R 8 Reales machine struck mm aqueduct, cut in half. Due to a shortage of smaller denominations. KM-111. West Australian Museum certificate no.13194. This coin would have been part of money in the possession of passengers or crew, not from the treasure chests. Struck Segovia 8 Reales are very rare, such a cut coin is possibly unique. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$1500
5338
Spain: Metro NDV Cob 4 Reales. KM-33. F. Non colonial coins from the wreck are rare as they are only from the possessions of the passengers & crew, not the treasure chests. West Australian Museum certificate no.11612 with sale permit. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$400
5339
Spain: Madrid Mint Philip IV (1621-1665) cob 4 Reales, c1650, uncertain assayer (CC type 109). VG. Very few Madrid Mint coins recovered from this wreck. Western Australian Museum Certificate #11613(3796). With WA sale permission. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$400
5340
Spain: Seville Mint NDV (c1653) Philip IV Cob 8 Reales. KM-39.6 VF. West Australian Museum certificate no.11603 with sale permit. Coins from mainland Spain are rare off this wreck. They are believed to have belonged to the crew or passengers & were not part of the coin hoard recovered from the broken treasure chests. Very attractive. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$900
5341
Spain: Seville Mint Philip II (1556-1598) cob 2 Reales, c1597, assayer B (CC type 279, 475-6; Cb.667; Yr.527). Mintmark, assayer's initial & denomination all clear, flan clipped. VG. Coins from mainland Spain are scarce from this wreck. Western Australian Museum Certificate no 3207 (which attributes the coin to Mexico in error). With WA Museum sale permission. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$500
5342
Spain: Valladolid Mint NDV c1651 Philip IV Cob 8 Reales. VF. KM-39.8 cat US$8000 for non Gilt Dragon coins. Attractive example, very rare, only 2 coins from this mint recovered. West Australian Museum certificate no.11611 with sale permit. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$5000
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