1664 Bolivia 1 Real Cob Recovered From The. 1664 Bolivia 1 Real Cob Recovered From. Within the Bay of Guayaquil in Ecuador lies the small island of Santa Clara, nicknamed.
In the 1680s by the Spanish. (Island of the Dead) was often a routine stopover for the Armada del Mar del Sur, the Galleons carrying treasure from Spain to Chile and Peru to Panama.
A delay in getting its silver coins from the mint in Potosi prevented the Santa Maria de la Consolacion from sailing with the rest of the armada from Callao, Chile. But because the vessel hit the reef, it was evacuated and intentionally set on fire to stop any stealing.
Neither pirates nor returning Spaniards were able to recover all of the treasure. Santa Maria de la Consolacion sank in 1681. YOU WILL WIN THE COIN SHOWN. OUR REPUTATION IS IMPORTANT TO US.
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