Charles IV (1788-1808), gorgeous silver coin of 8 Reales, struck in the year 1808 at the American mint of Lima (Peru), assayer J·P.
Obverse: CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA 1808 (Carlos IIII by the grace of God) inscription around the King's bust, which is facing right.
Reverse: HISPAN ET IND REX. LIMAE (tied) 8 R · J·P. (assayer) (King of Spain and the Indies) around a crowned shield of castles and lions with the pomegranate and the escutcheon of the Bourbons between two columns. On the columns, scrolls with the inscription PLUS-VLTRA.
KM 97 (25.95 g 39 mm).
Very Fine. Beautiful silver tone.
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- Regno di Spagna
- Carlos IV (1788-1808)
- 8 Reales
- Anno / Periodo e Variazione
- - Lima - 1808 - J·P.
- Metallo prezioso