This is a grade one, The highest grade, eight Reale recovered from the sunken Spanish Galleon the Atocha. It weighs in at 26.2 grams almost full weight. It was minted at the Potosi Mint during t..
This is an extremely nice grade two eight reale from the Atocha. The coin has grade one detail, but there is too much wear on the surface of the shield to make it a grade 1. It was minted at the Potos..
Atocha Four Reale Grade Four. Original Atocha Marine Archaeologist and Conservator James Sinclair’s Signature on Certificate. COA # 85A-120426
This is a four reale grade four from the Atocha. There is a lot of detail on the coin, and as it darkens The detail becomes more apparent. It was minted at the Potosi Mint during the reign of Phillip ..
Atocha Grade One Eight Reale with original certificate as issued by Treasure Salvers. This coin was minted at the Potosi Mint during The reign of Philip III of Spain, 1598 to 1621. We know it was mint..
Perfect for hanging on the wall in your home. An AtochaGrade Three Eight Reale with a Certificate of Authenticity. It measures 16“ x 14“. A Grade Three from this famous Shipwreck sells for $2600 plus ..
Very nice two reale from the ATOCHA. Weighs 5.2 grams and has minimal sea wear since the day it was made around 1613. It was minted at the Potosi mint, probably by the R Assayer, The mark is not..
This rare coin was minted at the Potosi Mint by the famed dyslexic assayer Juan Ximenez de Tapia, who made many errors and reversals on the Coy’s during his minting process. This one has a very ..
Beautiful Potosi Mint Grade One Two Reale by Assayer T, the famed dyslexic assayer who made many errors and reversals in his minting process. The obverse features the royal shield and crown of Ph..
Incredible Atocha Four Reale Grade One. Potosi/Ballesteros circa 1586. Full weight 13.5 Grams. Rare, Coin # CH4-41-1007
Magnificent four reale from the ATOCHA. Weighs 13.5 grams and it is virtually like the day it was made around 1586. This fabulous Coin was obviously found in the middle of a chest and had no sea wear ..
Juan Ballesteros was one of the first Assayers at the Potosi Mint, starting in about 1578 give or take. The coins that he minted starting in the early 1580s until he retired around 1600 were wonderful..