Stunning pirate cob & spanish colonial coin Gold Escudo 1580-1590 with COA
Stunning, Awesome, Lovely and very rare pirates GOLD cob. A GOLD coin of the 16th century, Spanish Empire. Very rare Doubloon or Gold Escudo. As coins did not have usually dates on them during this time. Name of the king partially visible. Beautiful color and with lovely patina. These type of coins have circulated in the American Spanish colonies and were of legal currency in the Colonies & in the US until the Civil War, in the 19th century. Crowned royal heraldic shield of the king.
On the left ; I (value in Romans) on the right. ; Cross of Jersusalem with lobes and dots with lilly flowers. Old Master's Mint Mark. Check the scan photos for instance and judge yourself. The item photographed is the item you will receive.
Guarantee for the authenticity of the coins: We will provide Provided Certificate of Authenticity. Accepted and also may be charged to credit cards. According to the total weight. The item "Stunning pirate cob & spanish colonial coin Gold Escudo 1580-1590 with COA" is in sale since Friday, March 1, 2019.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Colonial". The seller is "sentoter" and is located in Valencia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
- Coin: Escudo or Doubloon
- Certification: Provided Certificate of Authenticity
- Strike Type: Escudo
- Mint Location: Seville (Spain)
- Grade: EF+ trace lustre
- Year: 1580-1590
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
- Composition: Gold