Stack's Bowers Galleries (& Ponterio) > Collector's Choice November 2022 AuctionAuction date: 14 November 2022
Lot number: 71064

Price realized: 1,100 USD   (Approx. 1,065 EUR)   Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
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Lot description:

BOLIVIA. Cob 4 Reales, 1619-P. Potosi Mint; Assayer Juan Jimenez de Tapia (T). Philip III. PCGS Genuine--Salt Water Damage, Fine Details.
KM-9; Cal-777. Weight: 10.77 gms. Recovered from the Nuestra Senora de Atocha wreck, this Cob exhibits the shiny and corroded surfaces typical of shipwreck finds. While most of its detail has been lost, the clear outline of the Habsburg shield is visible on the obverse, along with the Potosi mintmark to the left. Most fortunately, the reverse displays an unmistakable date above a distinct central cross. A pleasing dated example from this famous sunken treasure find.

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-210298.

Estimate: $250 - $400