|Stack's Bowers Galleries (& Ponterio) > Collector's Choice November 2022 Auction||Auction date: 14 November 2022|
|Lot number: 71063|
Price realized: 1,500 USD (Approx. 1,452 EUR) Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
|Show similar lots on CoinArchives|
BOLIVIA. Cob 4 Reales, 1619-P. Potosi Mint; Assayer Juan Jimenez de Tapia (T). Philip III. PCGS Genuine--Salt Water Damage, VF Details.
KM-9; Cal-777. Weight: 8.14 gms. An interesting fragmented 4 Reales piece. Though it has lost a portion of its planchet to corrosion, this Cob retains identifiable details, especially on the reverse. Distinct castles and lions appear on the upper portion of the central cross, and the truncated final digits of the date are readable. The surfaces show the typical saltwater damage seen in other pieces from the Atocha shipwreck.
Includes original Certificate of Authenticity from Treasure Salvors, Inc. To view all items from the Pat Johnson Collection, click here.
From the Pat Johnson Collection.
Ex: Atocha shipwreck, sunk on 6 September 1622 off the coast of what is now the Florida Keys, certificate # 85A-167396.
Estimate: $400 - $600