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Spain. Carlos IV (1788-1808). 8 Reales - 1807. Potosi. P·J.

Spain - Charles IV (1788 - 1808)

8 silver reales minted in 1807, in the American mint of Potosi (PTS), by the assayer P.J.

Obverse: CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA 1807 (Charles IIII by the grace of God) around the king's bust to right.

Reverse: HISPAN ET IND REX. PTS (mint) 8 R P.J. (assayer) (King of the Spains and the Indies) around a coat of arms crowned with castles and lions with a pointed pomegranate and an escutcheon of the Bourbons, between two columns, on the boluta columns with the inscription PLUS VLTRA.

26.82g 40mm

Calico (2019) 1013.


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Shipments to destinations outside of Spain (both in the EU and in third countries) are subject to export licensing, but only those from third countries will be charged at a rate of 5%. Shipments are likely to be subject to delays depending on administrative deadlines arising from the export permit application process.


Country/province Spain
Ruler Carlos IV (1788-1808)
Denomination 8 Reales
Year/Period and Variation - 1807. Potosi. P·J.
Precious metal Silver
Condition Ungraded
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