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Saturday, June 23, 2012

spanish coin from Sunken ship

A piece of commemorative coins to the ship sank in the Hollandia when it sank with its
crew of 276 people in June of 1743.
Sank near the Isles of Scilly near England, with a treasure trove of more than 50000 coins
Currency of the Spanish King Philip V 1741 AD
Weight: 25.86 grams silver

Was written on first face "Philip V, by the grace of God, King of Spain, India"
and on the other face Image of both sides of the world above the royal crown between Memorial Pillars of Hercules.

The rare version of it is the 1732 and 1733.
The value of this piece ranges from $ 100-350 , depending on the cleanliness.

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