Atocha Very Rare Phillip II Two Reale Circa 1585. Grade One. COA#CH9-21-90892
OverViewThis RARE beautiful nearly full weight (6.6 grams) Potosi Mint cob was struck in the 1580s by Juan Ballesteros of Atocha fame. It has the very typical flat strike of that p...
This RARE beautiful nearly full weight (6.6 grams) Potosi Mint cob was struck in the 1580s by Juan Ballesteros of Atocha fame. It has the very typical flat strike of that period because the planchettes were large and thin. The obverse features the royal shield and crown of Philip !! of Spain. The mintmark P it’s to the left with the assayers mark B below. To the right is the denomination in Roman numerals II. The reverse features the Crusaders Cross with lions and castles. These coins have been $6900 for years at the museum in Key West, but they have recently gone up, just over $9000, in anticipation of the 400th anniversary of the sinking of the Atocha on September 6, 1622.. Right now coins from this fabulous shipwreck are the hottest thing on the market. Don’t miss out on this great coin. It comes With the certificate of authenticity and is guaranteed to be genuine.
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