1732 MEXICO 8 REALES COB. THIS COIN, CALLED COB, WERE MADE FROM SLABS OF SILVER.ELONGATED SHAPES OF VARIOUS THICKNESSES SLICES WERE MADE BY METAL SHEARS OR. CHISELED BY HAND TO ACHIEVE THE PROPER WEIGHT. THIS PROCESS ACCOUNTS FOR THE IRREGULAR EDGES. THE BLANKS WERE HEATED AND ANNEALED.
THE COINS WERE MINTED IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN COLONIES MADE WITH. POOR WORKMANSHIP AND WITHOUT PROPER. OFTEN THE COINS WERE STRUCK BY INDIAN OR SLAVE LABOR. THE SPANISH AUTHORITIES WERE UNCONCERNED WITH THE SHAPE OF THE COIN ONLY WITH THE. FINENESS AND WEIGHT, WHICH WAS.
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