ATOCHA Shipwreck Treasure - Potosi, Bolivia, silver cob 8 reales, Philip III, assayer B, Grade 1, mounted in a 14K gold necklace bezel. Choice coin with full shield and cross, sharp details, bold assayer and mint marks, beautiful shipwreck effect, mounted in a very beatiful 14k bezel. From the Atocha, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida, with Older Fisher certificate hand signed by Leah M.
ATOCHA Coin Grade I 8 Reales Cob Assayer B in 14k Gold Bezel
- Year: B 1576-1686 Juan de Ballesteros Navaez
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Potosi, Bolivia
- Certification: Treasure Salvors Inc. COA
- Grade: I+
- Denomination: 8 Reales
- Comments: Very Sharp Details with full weight. Set in the 14k gold bezel. The COA is one of the first created and its authenticity is not in doubt - it's hand-signed by Leah Miguel.
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