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AUSTRALIA SHIPWRECK COINS : GILT DRAGON
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5170
Bolivia: Potosi Mint Philip IV 1652PE Cob 8 Reales. KM-A20.8. Both dates clear. Very rare date, unpriced KM. Water worn, VG/F. West Australian Museum certificate no 11588 with sale permit (pending). (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$1200
5171
Colombia: Sante Fe (Nuevo Reino) Mint Philip IV 8 Reales (16)?8 (for 1628?) F/gF. KM-3.3 cat US$3500 for normal non Gilt Dragon coin. West Australian Museum certificate no 61 with sale permit. Very rare, only a couple of coins from this mint recovered from the wreck. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$5000
5172
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip III (1598-1621) cob 8 Reales, 1620, assayer D (CC type 53, 143; Cb.636; Yr.504). Clear date and mintmark, some flat spots o/w VG/F & a scarce date. Western Australian Museum Certificate #11544(3654) With WA sale permission. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$750
5173
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV NVD Cob 2 Reales Assayer P 1634-66 KM-33. F. West Australian Museum Certificate no 13189 with permit to sell. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
5174
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV NDV Cob 4 Reales Assayer P 1634-65 KM-38. VF. West Australia Museum Certificate no 13192 with permit to sell.
 AVAILABLE at A$375
5175
Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV NDV Cob 4 Reales Assayer P 1634-65 KM-38. F. West Australian Museum Certificate no 13191 with permit to sell. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$375
5176
Spain: Segovia mint Philip IV (1)636R 8 Reales machine struck mm aqueduct, cut in half. Due to a shortage of smaller denominations. KM-111. West Australian Museum certificate no.13194. This coin would have been part of money in the possession of passengers or crew, not from the treasure chests. Struck Segovia 8 Reales are very rare, such a cut coin is possibly unique. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$1500
5177
Spain: Metro NDV Cob 4 Reales. KM-33. F. Non colonial coins from the wreck are rare as they are only from the possessions of the passengers & crew, not the treasure chests. West Australian Museum certificate no.11612 with sale permit. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$400
5178
Spain: Madrid Mint Philip IV (1621-1665) cob 4 Reales, c1650, uncertain assayer (CC type 109). VG. Very few Madrid Mint coins recovered from this wreck. Western Australian Museum Certificate #11613(3796). With WA sale permission. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$500
5179
Spain: Seville Mint NDV (c1653) Philip IV Cob 8 Reales. KM-39.6 VF. West Australian Museum certificate no.11603 with sale permit. Coins from mainland Spain are rare off this wreck. They are believed to have belonged to the crew or passengers & were not part of the coin hoard recovered from the broken treasure chests. Very attractive. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$1000
5180
Spain: Segovia mint Philip IV 1628P 4 Reales assayer P round, machine struck. KM-98. Very rare EF. From the possession of passengers or crew, not from the treasure chests. West Australian Museum Certificate no.4032 with sale permit. (P)
 SOLD at A$1500
5181
Spain: Valladolid Mint NDV c1651 Philip IV Cob 8 Reales. VF. KM-39.8 cat US$8000 for non Gilt Dragon coins. Attractive example, very rare, only 2 coins from this mint recovered. West Australian Museum certificate no.11611 with sale permit. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$7000
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