Historic and Shipwreck Coinage

Small collection of, 4 and 8 Reales

Mounted in 14kt Gold.

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Colonial & Shipwreck Gold

Colonial Lion Daalders

1860s' Vintage Whales Tooth

 

Sea Salvaged Lima 8 Reales

Dated 1700 

Mounted in 14Kt Gold Bezel 

total weight 28.8grams

Nice Shipwreck coin from an undisclosed location. Cobs produced in Lima Peru are seldom found.

$695.00

Early Mexico 1 reales circa 1580

mounted in 14Kt Gold holder

$325.00

Guatemala 1 reales 

dated 1749 

w/custom 14kt Gold bezel from the Cayman Islands

pierced at top center

$389.00

Bolivia 1 reales - dated 1739 

set in 14Kt Gold bezel w/ small Diamond

$389.00

 

 

Early 1560's Mexico 4 reales

with 14Kt Gold Bezel

$695.00

 

 

  

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Lima 4 Reales - 1697 

with 14Kt Gold Bezel

$595.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mexico 4 Reales - ca. 1715

  mounted with Large Silver Tarpon - 14kt Gold Bezel

Great for the Sport Fisherman

$775.00

 

 

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Mexico  - 1/2 real 

set into a Gold Octopuss holder

10k Gold w/coin .,..$SOLD

 

 

 

Lima Peru - 1/2 real 

set into a Gold Octopuss holder

10k Gold w/coin .,..$Sold

 

 

Blackbeards Prize

Dated 1717 , 8 reales , Potosi Bolivia , Heavy 14Kt Gold Bezel  w/20 point Diamond... 

$950.00

Edward Thatch, the pirate who came to be known as Blackbeard, is believed to have been born around 1680 in the vicinity of Bristol, England's second most important port. He was given control of various prizes in 1716, but didnt receive his first truly independent command in September 1717. This was the Revenge, the sloop of the wayward gentleman pirate Stede Bonnet, who had shown up in Nassau grievously wounded. Blackbeard used her to attack shipping off the Carolinas, Virginia, and Delaware, then took a direct, offshore passage to the outer rim of the eastern Caribbean, where, on November 28, 1717, he made his most famous capture. Blackbeard's capture of the 250-ton French slaver La Concorde made him one of the most dangerous pirates in the Americas. Blackbeard's gang mounted her with 22 guns and renamed her the Queen Anne's Revenge

 

 

 

 

Site Info on the 1733 Fleet locations

 

 

Blackbeards Prize

Dated 1717 , 8 reales , Lima - Peru , Heavy 14Kt Gold Bezel 

  Sterling Silver Pistole's and Skull

...it is speculated it may be one of the ca. 1820's Argentinian copies,. those were supposedly cast "to pay the troops"

$950.00

Edward Thatch, the pirate who came to be known as Blackbeard, is believed to have been born around 1680 in the vicinity of Bristol, England's second most important port. He was given control of various prizes in 1716, but didnt receive his first truly independent command in September 1717. This was the Revenge, the sloop of the wayward gentleman pirate Stede Bonnet, who had shown up in Nassau grievously wounded. Blackbeard used her to attack shipping off the Carolinas, Virginia, and Delaware, then took a direct, offshore passage to the outer rim of the eastern Caribbean, where, on November 28, 1717, he made his most famous capture. Blackbeard's capture of the 250-ton French slaver La Concorde made him one of the most dangerous pirates in the Americas. Blackbeard's gang mounted her with 22 guns and renamed her the Queen Anne's Revenge

 

 

 

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