Sao Jose (1622) Shipwreck Recovered 3-Coin Silver Cob Reales Clump with COA
Sao Jose (1622) Shipwreck Recovered 3-Coin Silver Cob Reales Clump w/ COA. Clump of 3 silver cobs, partially encrusted. Three corroded-thin cobs, one 8 reales and two 4 reales (mints uncertain) encrusted together. With generic salvager's certificate. Bound for Goa, the Sao Jose was the Almiranta of a fleet that left Lisbon in 1622, transporting royal treasure, sunk on a reef off the Mozambique coast. Is the world's premier specialist in the colonial coinage ofish 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.
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The item "Sao Jose (1622) Shipwreck Recovered 3-Coin Silver Cob Reales Clump with COA" is in sale since Monday, April 30, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\South America\Bolivia". The seller is "sedwickcoins" and is located in Winter Park, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Composition: Silver
- Denomination: 8 and 4 Reales
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Bolivia