Spain - 8 escudos - Fernando VII (1808-1833). Santiago de Chile, 1810 F.J. - Gold

Description
Spain - 8 escudos - Fernando VII (1808-1833). Santiago de Chile, 1810 F.J. - Gold
Extremely fine

Spain - Fernando VII (1808-1833). Doubloon of 8 escudos gold coin, 'admiral' bust – 1810 – Santiago de Chile Assayer: F·J Very beautiful and scarce.

In 1809, the Iberian Peninsula was occupied by the army of Napoleon Bonaparte and his brother José ruled as the illegitimate king of Spain. Fernando VII continued to be recognised as the legitimate king of Spain in all of the overseas colonial territories.

Extremely Fine. It shows much of its original shine Very scarce coin. Scarce, and magnificent in hand.

Gold weight 26.93 grams, 37 mm Gold purity: 900 Gorgeous tonality, beautiful colour

High-quality coin with all of the detail and exquisite mintage. Very beautiful!

For a better evaluation, please have a look at the photographs.

MH1110-1090

Lot details
Year/Period and Variation
Fernando VII (1808-1833). Santiago de Chile, 1810 F.J.
Precious metal
Gold
Condition
Extremely fine
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