Atocha Coin Jewelry
Few Mexican coins were found on the Atocha. They were mostly crudely minted during this period. This one bears the royal shield and crown of Philip I I I on the obverse. The oM Mintmark and the ..
This is a very scarce silver Cob from the Potosi Mint. The obverse, slightly hidden on the inside of the ring, features of the Royal shield and crown of Philip IIIof Spain. The Mintmark P and Assayer..
A mix of “x” borders, dots, and square blocks surround the border of this very scarce two reale. It is grade one quality but the certificate says it’s a grade two. It was minted at the Potosi Mint by..
This very nice Spanish Cob was omitted at the Mexico City Mint During the reign of Philip III of Spain, 1598 to 1621. It has the moderately crude strike that many clients from Mexico showed at that ti..
This ATOCHA four reale grade one was minted at the Potosi Mint during the reign of Philip the third of Spain,1598 to 1621. The adverse bears the royal shield and crown of Phillip with the mint mark P ..
This rare coin was invented at the Potosi Mint by Juan Ballesteros, the famous B Assayer in the mid to late 1580s. Under normal circumstances, especially with modern grading, this should be a gra..
DATED 1618. This Atocha grade one 8 reale is nearly perfect. It has virtually no sea wear at all, weighing a heavy 26.9 g. It is virtually as struck. It was minted at the Potosi Mint in the last half ..
Unbelievably Rare Atocha Grade One Eight Reale DATED 1622. 14 Kt. Gold Bezel with a boat shackle at the top. Potosi Mint. The famed dyslexic Assayer Juan Xinenez de Tapia Assayer. Tapia made man..
Beautiful Large, Round, Well-Centered and Struck Atocha 8 Reale Grade One in a Heavy 14Kt. Gold Bezel. Potosi Mint. R Assayer(1605-1613). It is hard to find Atocha Coins of this quality anymore. Nearl..
Potosi Mint Atocha Eight Reale Grade One Minted by the M Assayer in late1616 or early 1617. This large attractive coin has a striking M Assayer’s Mark to the left of the shield of Phillip III of Spain..
Great Atocha Grade One Eight Reale From The Potosi Mint by Juan Ximenez de Tapia, the famed and highly collectible dyslexic Assayer who made many errors and reversals in his minting process. This coin..