Spain. Carlos IV (1788-1808). 8 Reales Potosí, 1804 P.J.

Description
Spain. Carlos IV (1788-1808). 8 Reales Potosí, 1804 P.J.
Silver - Ungraded

Spain - Carlos IV (1788–1808).

8 Reales silver coin minted in the year 1804, in the Potosi American mint (PTS), by assayer P. J.



Obverse: CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA 1804 (Charles IIII by the grace of God) around a bust of the king facing right.

Reverse: HISPAN ET IND REX. PTS (mint) 8 R · P. J. (assayer) (King of Spain and the Indies) surrounds a crowned shield with castles and lions with pomegranate and the escutcheon of the Bourbons between two columns with scrolls inscribed PLUS VLTRA.

25.73 g. 39 mm.

KM 73.

In very fine condition.

Please have a look at the photos for a better assessment.
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C142.

Lot details
Country/province
Spain
Ruler
Carlos IV (1788-1808)
Denomination
8 Reales
Year/Period and Variation
Potosí, 1804 P.J.
Precious metal
Silver
Condition
Ungraded
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