Spain - 8 Reales (Columnario) de Felipe V (1700-1724-1746) Acuñado en Mexico en 1746

Description
Spain - 8 Reales (Columnario) de Felipe V (1700-1724-1746) Acuñado en Mexico en 1746
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Spain - 8 Reales (pillars) Felipe V (1700-1724-1746) struck in Mexico in 1746.

Obverse: PHILIP V D G HISPAN ET IND REX (Felipe V by the grace of God King of Spain and the Indies) around a crowned, quartered coat of arms with castles and lions, between MF (assayer) and value 8.

Reverse: VTRA QUE VNUM Mº (mint) 1746 Mº (mint) (they are one and the same, which reinforces the unity between the two worlds, the old and the new, America) around two crowned spheres that represent the old and the new world placed between two crowned columns with legend PLVS VLTRA.

Mint: Mexico. Year: 1746.

Assayer: MF - Manuel de León and Francisco de la Peña y Flores

Material: 917 grade silver. Weight: 27 g. Measurement: 40 mm.

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Lot details
Country
Spain
Nominal Value
8 Reales (Columnario) de Felipe V (1700-1724-1746)
Year/Period and Variation
Acuñado en Mexico en 1746
Condition
Fine
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