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Spain. Carlos IV (1788-1808). 8 Reales - Mexico, 1803 - F·T

Spain - Carlos IV (1788 - 1808), 8 silver reales minted in the year 1803, at the Mexico mint, by the assayer F·T.

CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA 1803 (Carlos IIII by the grace of God) around a bust of the king to the right.

HISPAN ET IND REX. Mo (mint mark) 8 R · F T (assayer) (King of Spain and the Indies) around a shield crowned with castles and lions with pointed pomegranate and Bourbon shield, between two columns, on the columns bolutas with PLUS inscription VLTRA.

CAL-977.

27.01g., 40mm.

EBC-. Original shine in some areas.

For a better impression, please take a look at the photos.
Shipments destined outside of Spain (both the EU and third countries) are subject to the processing of export permits, but only those from third countries will be charged a 5% rate.
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Country/province Spain
Ruler Carlos IV (1788-1808)
Denomination 8 Reales
Year/Period and Variation - Mexico, 1803 - F·T
Precious metal Silver
Condition Ungraded
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