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Kingdom of Spain. Fernando VII (1813-1833). 8 Reales Lima, 1812. J.P.

Kingdom of Spain. Fernando VII (1813-1833). 8 Reales Lima, 1812. J.P.

Spain - Fernando VII (1808–1833).

8 Reales silver coin struck in the American mint of Lima (Peru) in the year 1812. Assayer: J. P.

Obverse: ‘FERDIN VII DEI GRATIA 1812’ (Fernando VII by the grace of God) around the king's bust facing right.

Reverse: a legend that reads ‘HISPAN ET IND REX’ (King of Spain and the Indies), ‘ME’ (mint), ‘8 R’ (face value) and ‘J·P’ (assayer) encircles a crowned shield with castles and lions, a pomegranate at the base point and the escutcheon of the Bourbons between columns. The volute columns have scrolls with the inscription ‘PLUS VLTRA’.

Calico #1254; 26.69 g; 40 mm.

In very fine condition, with a beautiful silver tone.

Please see the photographs to get a better impression.
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Country/province Kingdom of Spain
Ruler Fernando VII (1813-1833)
Denomination 8 Reales
Year/Period and Variation Lima, 1812. J.P.
Precious metal Silver
Condition Ungraded
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