This is one of numerous. SPANISH COLONIAL SILVER and SHIPWRECK COINS. That I have listed from my personal collection. This Traditional Eight Reales(Cob) Silver Coin was minted at the MEXICO CITY, Mint in the early 1600's, probably during the reign of Philip III.
Your Emails are welcome here... There is enough here to identify this coin as being from the Mexico City Mint(The Florensada Cross, as well as the "Mo" Mint Mark). Closer inspection reveals the bottom of the last digit of its date(7 or 9), the Partial Assayer's Mark is curved at the top-right(D or P).. It Weighs in at 22.5 Grams... THERE IS A LOT OF HISTORY HERE..
This coin is well-traveled, Minted in Mexico, with a few Chinese Chop Marks and now back in The United States awaiting its permanent home in your collection.. Or, in particular, Spanish Colonial Coinage. The item "1600's Mo (D) Spanish Colonial SILVER 8 Reales, COB COIN, The Mexico City Mint" is in sale since Thursday, December 5, 2019.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Colonial (up to 1821)". The seller is "u4rickguitarman" and is located in Pinellas Park, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.