1715 Fleet Four Reale Grade One in a 14kt. Gold Bezel. coin #1715-402
OverViewThis silver piece of eight was minted in Mexico City between 1702 and 1715. It is a Four Reale, and was recovered from one of the Spanish gall...
This silver piece of eight was minted in Mexico City between 1702 and 1715. It is a Four Reale, and was recovered from one of the Spanish galleon wrecks which were sunk by a hurricane on July 31, 1715 off the East Coast of Florida. The obverse bears the royal shield and crown of Philip V of Spain. The reverse bears the Florenzada Cross unique to Mexico City. It is mounted in a 14 karat yellow gold bezel with a boat shackle at the top for authenticity. It has a certificate of authenticity and is guaranteed to be genuine.
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