Popular 8 reales shipwreck recovered silver.
PCGS# 406368. None finer in Brown!
Beautiful near-gem example!
Brown when viewed straight-on, but flashes with blues in direct lighting. Appears to be conservatively graded.
Orange and neon pink toning surrounds the exterior devices in a lovely display that compliments the natural gold skin and wonderful details well. Very appealing! 0.836 ounces of gold!
Soft luster peaks out from behind dove-grey surfaces with a light haze of patina. Nice eye appeal and bold details are evident!
PCGS# 159832. Wonderful originality. Low pop of 1, with only 17 finer! Gunmetal grey surfaces are well-worn, yet they retain all the necessary details. Pleasing for the grade! 0.876 ounces of silver.
Generous russet and golden toning engulf every inch of this select piece. Details are great and luster swirls in hand. Pop 1/2. 0.8622 ounces of silver.
Rose toning is pleasantly abundant as it highlights wonderful details and soft luster. Pop 2/0. 0.8622 ounces of silver.
PCGS #714100. Original russet and golden toning can be seen on the obverse with soft frosty luster evident. The reverse, however, is where this piece shines! It is bathed in magnificent rainbow toning and beaming with bright shimmering luster. Pop 2 with none finer, there are no other uncirculated coins from this mint and year graded by PCGS.
PCGS# 149892. Outstanding luster for the grade. Mostly white.
PCGS #592004. This piece exhibits a wonderful cartwheel luster that abounds from white surfaces with a light grey patina. Obverse devices are frosty and full of great details. Pop 2 with only 2 finer.
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