1715 Fleet Coin Jewelry
The obverse bears the royal shield and crown of Philip V of Spain. The nearly complete date 1715 is visible in the upper left. The reverse features the Florenzada Cross unique to Mexico. Coins dated 1..
This Gold Cob was minted in Mexico City around 1700. The obverse features the Royal Shield and Crown of Phillip V of Spain. The mintmark oxM and the Assayer’s Mark L are to the left. The Denomin..
Rare Broken 1715 Fleet Eight Reale in a 14K Bezel. This eight reale snapped into two pieces during the sinking of the 1715 Fleet Galleon it was on. It was minted at the Mexico City Mint during the Rei..
1715 Fleet Four Reale, Ex Chris James Collection. Chris was famous for finding the queens jewels on the 1715 Fleet. The coin was minted at the Mexico City mint during the reign of Philip V of Sp..
1715 Fleet Mexican 1/2 Reales Mounted into 14Kt. Gold Earrings. Ex Chris James (Queens Jewels-1994) Collection. Fisher Flippets and Certificates of Authenticity for Both...