Kingdom of Spain. Carlos IV. 8 Reales - México, 1808 T·H· Excelentemente bien conservada

Description
Kingdom of Spain. Carlos IV. 8 Reales - México, 1808 T·H· Excelentemente bien conservada
Silver - Ungraded

Spain.
Carlos IV (1788-1808) - lovely silver 8 Reales coin - struck at the American Mint in Mexico in 1808 - assayer T.

‘CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA 1808’ (Carlos III by God's grace) inscription around the King's bust, which is facing right.

HISPAN ET IND REX. Mo (mint) 8 R T·H (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, on the columns, volutes with inscription PLUS VLTRA.

27.00 g. 39 mm.

Original shine! Almost XF.

For a better evaluation, please take a look at the photos.
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4611.

Lot details
Country/province
Kingdom of Spain
Ruler
Carlos IV
Denomination
8 Reales
Year/Period and Variation
- México, 1808 T·H· Excelentemente bien conservada
Precious metal
Silver
Condition
Ungraded
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