Spain - Ferdinand VII (1808–1833).
8 silver Reales coin struck at the mint of Mexico in 1818. Assayer: J·J.
Obverse: FERDIN VII DEI GRATIA 1818 (Fernando VII by the grace of God) around the King's laureate bust facing right.
Reverse: ‘HISPAN ET IND REX.’ ‘Mo’ (mint) and ‘8 R · J·J.’ (assayer) (King of Spain and the Indies) surrounds a crowned shield with castles and lions and the pomegranate and the escutcheon of the Bourbons between two columns with scrolls inscribed ‘PLUS VLTRA’.
27.01 g. 39 mm.
In very fine overall condition. All the information concerning the mint and assayer is perfectly visible.
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- Kingdom of Spain
- Fernando VII (1813-1833)
- 8 Reales
- Year/Period and Variation
- - 1818 - J.J.- Mexico.
- Precious metal
- Very fine