The coin is much nicer than this photographic group shows. It was minted at the potosi Mint by the famed dyslexic Assayer Tapia, who made many errors and reversals and his minting process. This ..
Obvious sea wear is visible on the edge of this extremely nice Spanish treasure coin. It must’ve been at the edge of a chest and been exposed to the ocean for 363 years. And original investor coin wit..
This is an incredible coin. It is virtually full weight from the day it was struck in Potosi and has no sea wear. The obverse has a beautiful Royal shield of Phiip III of Spain. To the right of it is ..
I don’t know why the 2x2 flippet says the date is 1589 to 1615. It is 1589 to 1605. This coin weighs a nearly completely full weight of 13.2 grams.That means it’s virtually as struck the day it was ma..
This is part of an original investor collection from 1973.. The coin was found in 1985 as part of the Motherlode of the ATOCHA, and has never been on the market. It is nicer than these pictures show. ..
This coin has grade 1 markings on both sides. A great shield on the obverse with the assayers Mark M to the left and the denomination in Roman numerals oVIII to the right. A nice crusaders cross is on..
86A-151953Genuine Atocha Grade One Two Reale. This coin was minted at the Potosi Mint during the reign of Phillip III of Spain. The obverse features the Royal Shield and Crown of Spain with the Mintma..
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 ..
1618 is one of the rarest dates of any coins from the ATOCHA. The famed dyslexic assayer took over midway through the year 1618. This coin has all four numbers of the date visible. It has slight overa..
These very early coins are considered “priceless“ at the museum in Key West. Each was found loose on the bottom of the ocean and have a lot of sea wear. What makes them extremely valuable is that they..