Shipwreck Coin Jewelry
Atocha type Mexico City silver cob 4 reales (1556-1598) mounted in a 14 kt. gold bezel. Coin # SC1390
Mexico City cob 4 reales, Philip II, 1556-1598. Mounted shield-side out in 14K gold bezel with shackle bail. 19.69 grams total. Interesting shape (amorphous), especially for the period (Philip II coin..
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 1 real, Double Dated 1664 E Assayer , recovered from the Consolacion (1681) Pirated Shipwreck. Mounted cross-side out in 14K gold bezel. The coin is lightly corr..
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, 1656E, mounted in 14K gold bezel. 26.95 grams total. Thick and heavy bezel around a corroded and mostly flat coin that nevertheless shows a clear date and assayer, full ..
This is a Spanish Cob Type Silver piece of eight. It's a grade one, One-Half Reale, wrapped with a 14 kt. bezel. It was minted at the Lima mint during the reign of Phillip V, dated 1650 by assayer O. ..
This coin is part of the El Cazador shipwreck of 1784. This coin was minted in Mexico City . It's a 2 reale by Assayer MF. Has a silver boat shackle bezel. COA included. The EL Cazador had it comple..
This is a Spanish Cob Type Silver piece of eight. It's a grade one, One Reale, wrapped with a 14 kt. bezel. It was minted at the Potosi mint during the reign of Phillip IV, with a full number 1650 dat..