85A-144470Genuine 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..
Genuine 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 Mintmark P to th..
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip III, assayer R (curved leg), Grade 1. S-P15; KM-8; Cal-626 (but not straight-leg R). 6.68 grams. Solid and largely uncorroded (just rather shiny), with good full ..
Two reales are scarce from the Atocha. This one was minted at the Potosi Mint and shows a Q over C Assayer’s Mark. Very Rare. It is accompanied by the original certificate of authenticity as issued by..
From the Santa Margarita the sister ship to the Atocha a Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, Philip III, assayer T, Grade 2. S-P21; KM-10. 15.79 grams. Good full shield with full P+T (tiny mintmark), ..
This wonderful coin was minted at the Potosi meant by the PAL Assayer (Palencia) in the first half of 1618. Although a portion of the coin has been worn off by 363 years under the sea, the part ..
Very Rare Atocha Four Reale Grade One by Hernando Ballesteros. Rare X Borders around the coin. Circa 1596, Coin # CH4-41-1008
Magnificent four reale from the ATOCHA. Weighs 13.5 grams and it is virtually like the day it was made around 1596. This fabulous Coin was obviously found in the middle of a chest and has no sea..
These are nearly impossible to find any more. This is one of the very first coins ever salvaged from the Atocha, found before 1975. These coins were found loose scattered on the bottom and have sea we..
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..