Atocha Coin Jewelry
Two reales are very scarce from the Atocha because they’re the perfect size for using in jewelry, about the size of a US quarter. I have mounted over 10,000 of them alone myself. This was minted at th..
This Atocha four reale was minted at the Potosi Mint by the famed dyslexic assayer Juan Ximenez de Tapia. Tapia made many errors and reversals in the manufacturing of these coins. This one is no excep..
ATOCHA grade 1 Eight Reale dated 1619.Taoia Assayer. 14 Kt. Gold bezel with boat shackle.coin # 85A-176046
this eight reale was minted at the POTUSI Mint by the famed dyslexic assayer Juan Ximenez de Tapia, who made many errors and reversals in his minting process. Coins made by him are very collecti..
ATOCHA grade 2, 8 reale, 26 1/2 g. Scarce cross reversals. 14 karat gold bezel with a boat shackle at the top, coin # 85A-209345
This coin was minted at the POTUSI Mint. Although this error is not shown, it is probably Tapia, the famed dyslexic assayer that made many errors and reversals in his minting process. This..
ATOCHA Grade 3 eight reale silver coin circa 1617 mounted in a 14 Kt. gold bezel with COA #85A-102373
Mounted in a 14 Kt. gold boat shackle bezel 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 oVII..
This eight reale was mounted at the Potosi Mint between 1598 and 1621. A portion of the coin has eroded away from being under the ocean for 363 years. It was recovered from Chest Four of the Atocha, a..
Two reales from the Atocha are scarce because they are the perfect size to be used in jewelry. I have mounted at least 10,000 in the last four years that way. This coin was minted at the Potosi Mint b..
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 4 reales, Philip III, assayer T, Grade 2, Atocha, mounted shield-side out in 14K bezel. 19.70 grams total. Simple smooth bezel (contour mounted) with large round bail for heavy ch..
Atocha Silver Eight Reale Grade Three Coin Pendant in 14K Amethyst and Emerald X Borders Gold Bezel, 1596-1605 Rare, COA # CH4-83-41623
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, Philip II, assayer not visible (5th-period B), borders of x's, mounted cross-side out in14K bezel with small emerald. 30.24 grams total. Large but moderately corroded co..
The coin is much nicer than this photograph shows. It was minted by Assayer B at the potosi mint under the reign of Phillip III. A grade 2 weighing in at 5.0 grams. Don’t miss this great histor..
This beautiful two reale was minted at the Potosi Mint during the reign of Philip the third of Spain, from 1598 until just prior of 1617. It is very well struck on both sides and has very little wear ..