Consolacion Pirate Wreck of 1681. Two Reale Dated 1656. 14 kt. Gold Bezel. Coin #20-1395
OverViewThe Consolacion Galleon was attacked by pirates near the Isla de Muerto (of Pirates of the Caribbean fame) off the coast of Ecuador in 168...
The Consolacion Galleon was attacked by pirates near the Isla de Muerto (of Pirates of the Caribbean fame) off the coast of Ecuador in 1681. The pirates eventually murdered all 345 people on the Consolacion, but were unable to recover the treasure. This is one of the few real silver Pieces of Eight that had anything to do with pirates, although many that don't say they do. The coin is a two reale minted at the Potosi Mint by the E Assayer in 1656. The date appears at the bottom of the tic-tac-toe design. The date appears as a 56. The reverse features the Crusader's Cross with lions and castles, with the date appearing at the bottom. The coins from this famous pirate wreck show sea wear, and are quite scarce, This Spanish Treasure Coin is genuine as described, and is accompanied by a photo Certificate of Authenticity. (about the size of a US Quarter)
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