Multiple Mints in Spain were making all denominations of Reales. Assayers in Spain were supervising the heating and hammering of planchets from New World large Silver Bars from their colonies of Peru, Bolivia, Mexico, etc. The Assistant Assayers were in training at these Spanish Mints before being sent to the various New World Mints to supervise the minting of cobs from the mined silver deposits. It is not a sea salvage coin.On the shield side at 9:00 is a S for Seville Mint. He assayer is Juan Bravo who was Chief Assayer at the Seville Spain Mint from 1592 to 1611. The crest of Portugal is visible in the center of the coin. This two reales cob weighs 6.62 grams.
The obverse has a Hapsburg Shield. The reverse has the castles and lions in their correct positions. The cross on the reverse is a Greek Cross and was found on the reverse of New World Mints at Potosi Bolivia and early coins minted at Lima Peru. This silver two reales cob is listed with No Reserve. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: World\Europe\Spain".
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