Spain - Reales - Fernando VII (1813 - 1833), ceca de México, 1820 J.J - Silver

Description
Spain - Reales - Fernando VII (1813 - 1833), ceca de México, 1820 J.J - Silver
Very fine

Spain - Fernando VII (1808–1833), silver 8 Reales struck at the American mint of Mexico, in the year 1820. Assayer: J. J.

Obverse: FERDIN VII DEI GRATIA 1820 (Fernando VII by the grace of God) around the king's bust to right.

Reverse: ‘HISPAN ET IND REX’ Mo (mint) 8 R · J·J. (assayer) (King of Spain and the Indies) around a crowned coat of arms with castles and lions, with the pomegranate and coat of arms of the Bourbons, between two columns, in the columns volutes with the inscription PLUS VLTRA.

26.80 g. 39 mm.
VF (Very Fine preservation) Beautiful iridescent tone.
Calico 564.

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

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7754

Lot details
Country
Spain
Currency
Reales
Year/Period and Variation
- Fernando VII (1813 - 1833), ceca de México, 1820 J.J
Precious metals
Silver
Type
Coin
Condition
Very fine
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