This is a (1708-23) Mo J (Mexico) 4 Reales Cob PCGS Genuine Saltwater Damage--F Detail (Fine). The "Mo" is the Mint Mark for Mexico and the "J" is the Assayer's mark (Jose Eustaquio de Leon Assayer for 1715 Fleet Coins). There are some areas of darkness on each side. Please take note of how the coin was placed in the holder (see last 4 pictures). By purchasing this coin, you are more than welcome to download the TrueView's provided by the PCGS Photography team.
Please use your own best judgement to determine the grade/quality of the coin and see each picture before purchasing! NOTE: The coin pictured is the one you will receive. Please keep in mind that the coin was photograph at DIFFERENT ANGLES under the same FLUORESCENT light in order to showcase the coin's quality and uniqueness. The coin may appear DARKER/LIGHTER depending on the ANGLES and LIGHTING it is VIEWED UNDER.We strive to provide the most accurate and best representation of our product. Please do not hesitate to request additional pictures or angles! This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\North & Central America\Mexico\Colonial (up to 1821)". The seller is "lcgwholesale" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.