The Joannas cargo consisted of 70 chests of silvercoins, of which the salvage party reported having recovered only about 28,000 guilders worth. Over the past two decades, these cobs have entered the market from both private dealers and auctions, but always in relatively small quantities at a time. Almost all the coins are in very worn condition, usually thin and nearly featureless, but without the heavy encrustation and pitting that characterize Caribbean finds. Is the world's premier specialist in the colonial coinage of Spanish America, shipwreck coins and artifacts of all nations.In addition to our Online Store, we sell coins and artifacts at various numismatic shows around the nation. All items are guaranteed authentic. (9) Any reproduction of the text and/or images in this listing in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without the express permission of Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC. (International Association of Professional Numismatists) membership accepted June 22, 2010. (American Numismatic Association) member #1114440, member since 1981. (Asociación Numismática Española) members #6511. (Florida United Numismatists) member #9104 member since 1981. (Professional Coin Grading Service) authorized dealer #734250. (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) authorized dealer #2700.
R #AU3635, AB2592 (since 2007). The item "Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, (16)81 Shipwreck Joanna, sunk in 1682" is in sale since Friday, December 28, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Colonial (up to 1821)".
The seller is "sedwickcoins" and is located in Winter Park, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.