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Latin American Beauties

Category:  World Coins
Owner:  Scott A
Last Modified:  4/29/2021
Set Description
Latin American coins, especially the early cois are some of the most fascinating coins in the world. I have only been collecting these coins for about 5 years. I hope to keep adding nice examples to my collection over the years.

Sorry but this set is not in any specific order.

Set Goals
My Collection of early Latin American and related coins.

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View Coin Colombia 1822P-O 2 Reales - Crude Strike COLOMBIA - COLONIAL Silver 2R 1822P O Restrepo 115.1 PCGS VF 25 Colombia 1822P-O 2 Reales - Crude Strike; Ferdinand VII (1808-1833). Pasto Mint (Ecuador) - Medal Rotation.
Restrepo 115.1. VF-25 (PCGS). The sole example graded at PCGS as "Crude Strike". One finer graded at NGC as AU50, with none other graded. However NGC did not designate the variety of "Normal Strike" vs. "Crude Strike". PCGS has graded 3 Normal Strike pieces as VG10/VF20/VF35. PCGS has also graded two without designation, G6, G8. The G6 is pictured and is the "Normal Strike" variety. The G8 does not have a photo.

After further research I discovered that there are 7 other examples at NGC listed under Ecuador graded as: 1/Poor, 1/Good, 3/VG, 1/Fine, 1/XF45-(Normal Strike per photos from Heritage sale January 14, 2015 and mistakenly listed as Restrepo 115.1, when it is clearly 115.2) (with no designation as to strike type noted at NGC for any of them). It appears that PCGS has not labeled any under Ecuador.
Although struck in Ecuador, these coins were intended for Colombia, so I think it would be best to continue labeling them as Colombia.
But since Krause moved them to the Ecuador section (see below), I assume that is why NGC changed how they label them now.

***New Sale as of 5/8/2021 for the NGC AU50, Pedigreed to the Esmeralda Collection at the Sedwick Auction (NGC #3355393-017), sold for an impressive $5700 (including buyer's fee).*** And this was the "Crude Strike type. A highly graded coin with mushy details in a variety of areas, but die striking lines obvious in the NGC photos. (They really need to improve their photos).

So it seems that the "Crude Strike is rarer than the "Normal Strike", but both are considerably rare.

Provenance: From the Eldorado Collection of Colombian and Ecuadorian Coins.

Bust of Carlos IV. "Crude strike," two pellets after date. Lovely medium gray with a well centered strike and excellent eye appeal for this crude Royalist issue. The obverse is ideally centered and as fully struck as these ever are, with a raised rim around much of the right side. The reverse is soft at the center, opposite the highest relief of the portrait, as well as at the denomination. Aside from a natural lamination near the king's hair ribbon, there are no problems to note. Just a very nice example of the variety with two pellets after the date, called the "crude strike" by Restrepo, though the critique was more of the die's layout than the coin's actual striking. This is the final 2 Reales to be coined with a portrait of the king and the only one throughout Latin America to be struck with a reference to the Spanish Constitution decreed under Ferdinand VII. These 1822-O 2 Reales were coined at Pasto, in Ecuador, using equipment evacuated from Popayán when the city fell to Bolívar. Fascinating and historic.


Popayán, silver 0.896, 6.4-6.8 grams, 27 mm

This is the only Spanish American coin with a reference to the constitution imposed on Ferdinand VII in 1820.
According to Carlos Ortuno, this coin was struck in Ecuador by the few remaining royalists that fled from Popayán with minimal equipment, which would explain the low quality of most of these coins. This is also the only Colombian coin with the assayer "O" for Vicente Olave.


Formerly found in Krause: KM# 74. 2 Reales. Note: The P mint mark on this coin has been traditionally attributed to Popayan, but arguments are currently being put forth that the P may stand for Pasto, making this the first coin of Ecuador. In 1820, Pasto was simply a city in the newly-organized Gran Colombia or United Provinces of Nueva Granada. In was not until 1830 that Ecuador withdrew from Bolivar's visionary unified government for all of northern-most South America.

Now found in Krause under Ecuador Colonial Coinage as KM A1 which states: The P mint mark on this coin has been traditionally attributed to Popayan, Colombia as KM #74, but recently recognized information supports the belief this P stands for Pasto (Mint), making this the first coin of Ecuador. During the War of Independence, minting equipment and machinery was transported by Royalists from Popayán, Colombia to Pasto, Ecuador and used to strike this coin. The minting equipment, which was on it's way to Quito, was diverted to Pasto as a safer and quicker alternative. This type is both the first coin struck in Ecuador and the only Colonial type from this country. It is also the only regular issue coins of Spain's New World empire to mention the homeland's Constitution.

Prices in Krause as sorely out of date.
View Coin Spain Philip III 1608 8 Maravedis, Granada Mint with VIII Countermark SPAIN Copper 8M (PHILIP III) GRANADA-RESELLO VIII C/S Cayon-4325 NGC XF 40 BN Spain Philip III 1608 8 Maravedis, Granada Mint with VIII Countermark.
Cayon-4325, KM 9.3 type.
NGC XF40 BN (I don't know why they added a color designation on and XF coin). Better than usually seen, if found.
View Coin Spain 1726-SJ 1 Real Spain Silver 1R 1726 SJ KM 298 Annechino PCGS MS 64 PCGS MS64, a beauty with excellent strike - Some die rust evident. Almost Proof-like.
The finest and only example graded by PCGS
NGC has graded 13 pieces in total, most lower graded, five in mint state. 1/62, 1/64, 2/66, 1/67 (5/8/2020)
View Coin Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Silver, Plain Edge Mexico Silver 100,000 Pesos 1990 Mo KM 245 Variety Annechino Collection PCGS PF 67 Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Silver, Plain Edge (normally struck in bronze).
PCGS PR67CAM

SOLD April 2021
View Coin Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Silver - Mint Error - Triple Struck - Flip Over Mexico Silver 100,000 Pesos 1990 Mo Pattern KM-Pn245 variant Annechino Collection PCGS PF 65 Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Silver (normally struck in bronze) - Mint Error - Triple Struck - Flip Over
Mint Error - Triple Struck silver Proof Pattern 100000 Pesos 1990-Mo PR65 Cameo PCGS, Mexico City mint, KM-Pn245var (in silver rather than bronze). 51mm. 46 grams. Plain edge.
Struck three times with one being a flip-over strike.

SOLD April 2021
View Coin Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Bronze - Mint Error - Struck Four Times Mexico Bronze 100,000 Pesos 1990 Mo Mint Error KM Pn245 Annechino Collection PCGS PF 66 Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Bronze - Mint Error - Struck Four Times PCGS PR66RD

SOLD April 2021
View Coin Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Brass - Mint Error - Struck Three Times All O/C Mexico Brass 100,000 Pesos 1990 Mo Mint Error KM Pn245 Annechino Collection PCGS PF 65 Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Brass (normally struck in bronze) - Mint Error - Struck Three Times All Off Center PCGS PR65

SOLD April 2021
View Coin Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Copper - Mint Error - Triple Struck - One Flip Over Mexico Copper 100,000 Pesos 1990 Mo Mint Error KM Pn245 Annechino Collection PCGS PF 66 Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Copper - Mint Error - Triple Struck - One Flip Over
PCGS PR66RD

SOLD April 2021
View Coin Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Lead Piefort - Mint Error - Flip-over Double Struck O/C Mexico Lead 100,000 Pesos 1990 Mo Pattern Piefort KM 245 Variety Annechino Collection PCGS PF 65 Mexico 1990 Pattern 100,000 Pesos Lead Piefort (normally struck in bronze) - Mint Error - Flip-over Double Struck O/C
PCGS PR65

SOLD April 2021
View Coin Mexico 1717-MO J 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1717MO J Mo J KM 24 NGC VF 35 Mexico 1717 MO J 1/2 Real NGC VF35. Philip V
This beautiful cob displays a full 4-digit date, which is quite scarce on 1/2 real cobs, given their small size. The surfaces of the cob are original with naturally worn luster underlying the dark patina. This is a 300 year old cob which has escaped being messed with, holed or damaged in any other way, including being sunken on a ship in the ocean. Rare and desirable as such.
View Coin Mexico-Puebla Revolutionary 1915 2 Cent original Mexico - Revolutionary Copper 2C 1915 Original KM 759 (Original) Annechino PCGS MS 64 PCGS MS64RB KM-759 Revolutionary Coinage Original. Very rare this nice. Highest graded by PCGS.
Revolutionary Coinage Original, not restrike.
NGC 4/64RB, 2/65RB, 1/66BN, 2/66RB (5/8/2020)
View Coin Mexico 1781-Mo FF 2 Reales Mexico Silver 2R 1781 Mo FF Annechino PCGS AU 53 PCGS AU53 A great coin for the grade.
View Coin Mexico 1864-M Maxmillian 5 Centavos United States Silver 5C 1864 M Maxmillian KM-386.1 Annechino PCGS MS 65 PCGS MS65 and awesome. The best I have ever seen. A little monster! - Maximilian Empire. Some die rust on both sides.
Purchased raw from a dealer many years ago. I knew it would it would gem.
See the recently added 10 Centavos companion piece following this coin.
View Coin Mexico 1864-M Maxmillian 10 Centavos MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 10C 1864M M KM-386.1 NGC MS 65 MEXICO. Empire of Maximilian. 10 Centavos, 1864-M. NGC MS-65.
KM-386.1. Tied with two other examples for finest certified. A coin struck at the very beginning of Maximilian's great Mexican adventure, or great Mexican mis-adventure as it eventually became. In late April of 1864, Maximillian stepped down from his position as the Chief of The Naval Section in Austria, and headed for Mexico with the implicit backing of Napoleon III of France. Arriving in Veracruz in late May that same year, there never was a "Camelot" or honeymoon period, with staunch resistance from liberal forces led by President Benito Juarez encountered from the very start of his rule. It stands to reason given his date of arrival in mid-year, the coin offered here was struck at some point in the second half of 1864. Clearly a coin that was set aside almost the instant it was made, well struck and highly lustrous, and with clear evidence of die clashing adding yet another level of interest to be explored up close. A coin that rightfully belongs with the 5 Centavos in this collection. See it above this coin.
View Coin Mexico 1847-Mo RC 1/2 Real Mexico Silver 1/2R 1847 Mo RC Annechino PCGS MS 65 PCGS MS65 deeply toned.
View Coin Mexico 1898-Mo 1 Centavo Mexico Copper 1C 1898 Mo KM 393 Annechino PCGS MS 65 PCGS MS65BN - Some original red. Die crack from eagles rt. wing to edge and either end of rock to edge and finer cracks near beak.
KM 393, one-year type.
Tied with one other as finest at PCGS in Brown, with 3 others in RB (4/24/2020)
NGC: 3/65BN, 3/66BN, 5/65RB, 1/67RB (4/24/2020)
View Coin Mexico 1848/7 MO GC 1/2 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 1/2R 1848/7MO GC NGC MS 65 NGC MS65 Was the finest graded by both services with superior toning! - Beautiful toning
Now there is one NGC MS66 graded that is stark white and slightly weaker in strike. That coins also appears to have an edge dent or flaw at near 6:00.
View Coin Mexico 1799-MO FM 1/2 Real Mexico 1/2R 1799 Mo FM Annechino PCGS MS 63 PCGS MS63 with nice original toning.
Calico-1293
View Coin Mexico 1799-MO FM 1 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver REAL 1799MO FM Mo FM KM 81 NGC MS 63 Mexico Charles IV 1 Real 1799 Mo-FM Mexico City mint, KM81. Rose tinted gray with teal highlights.
NGC MS63 4/1 (65)
PCGS 0/1 (64)
View Coin Mexico 1862-MO LR 1/4 Real Mexico Silver 1/4R 1862 Mo LR Annechino PCGS MS 64 PCGS MS64 nice original toning, including teal toning around the denomination.
View Coin Mexico 1739MO MF 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1739MO MF MO MF NGC MS 64 NGC MS64 Nice original toning. Finest graded by NGC or PCGS.
View Coin Mexico 1542-55L-M 2 Reales MEXICO - COLONIAL - 1601-1823 Silver 2R ND L-M KM 12 NGC MS 63 NGC MS63 KM-12 Amazing survival condition! - ex. Goldberg Auction Lot 1612
View Coin Mexico (1556-98) Mo-F 8 Reales MEXICO - TO 1600 Silver 8R (1556-98)MOF Mo-F PHILIP II KM 43 (27.2g) NGC AU 58 Mexico (1556-98) Mo-F 8 Reales; Philip II Cob
NGC AU58 - sole finest graded. Quite an impressive coin. (Also NGC graded 1/53, 1/VF, 1/F)
PCGS: None found in their population report.

Mexico City mint, KM-4 Calico-664. 27.2gm Virtually Mint State, with nearly full luster preserved in the fields and no clearly discernible wear detectable to the rougher raised sections - these a product of the crude striking process employed in the type's production as opposed to any actual mishandling or use in trade. A fine relic of the early Spanish colonial age, with prominent flan cracks at the edges contributing to a quintessential cob appearance.

View Coin Mexico Republic 1824-D 1/8 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Copper 1/8R 1824D D DURANGO KM 320 NGC VF 35 BN Mexico Republic 1824-D 1/8 Real, Durango Mint
NGC VF35 BN with decent strike and copper quality for the type, even if a bit dark.
Medal alignment.
Scarce this nice really.
One in VG and five in the VF category at NGC. Only one graded higher at NGC as XF40.
Three graded in total at PCGS: 1/35, 1/40, 1/45
View Coin Mexico 1854 1/8 Real Quitupan Mexico Copper 1/8 Real 1854 KM L69 Annechino Collection PCGS VF 30 Mexico 1854 1/8 Real Quitupan, KM L69, Rulau Jal 97 (Retrograde N). Local Coinage.
PCGS VF30, excellent copper for this rare series and the only example graded by PCGS.
I could not find any graded by NGC at this time.
Obverse: Bow and two crossed arrows; QUITIPAN (with retrograde N) and three stars on each side, with date below (mostly missing due to the placement of the countermark on the opposite side on this example.
Reverse: YNGNACIO BUENROSTRO (partially running off the flan on this piece), 1/8 at center and connected Y/B punch within wreath (upside down here).

Quitupan, founded in 1511, is a town and municipality located in the southeastern region of the Mexican state of Jalisco. The name Quitupan comes from the word "Quitoa" or "Quitla", which means "place where declarations or treaties come from" or "place that is located above".

History
The formal indigenous foundation of the town precisely coincides with the establishment of a peace treaty between tarascos (Spanish soldiers) and natives, which occurred ten years before the arrival of the conqueror Hernán Cortés. A census taken in 1580 noted 30 integrated families.

The town was conquered by Alonso de Avalos, who nevertheless recognized the chieftainship of the original inhabitants. In 1522, Cortés dispatched one of his generals, Cristóbal de Olid to conquer Quitupan and surrounding areas. In 1530, Nuño Beltrán de Guzmán arrived to conduct a census of the native inhabitants and to impose a new order. The Evangelization of Quitupan was led by the Franciscans – in 1530, Friar Martin de Jesus began to preach, joined in 1532 by Friars Juan de Padilla and Miguel de Bologna. Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza then visited the area, under his appointment by King Charles I of Spain to pacify the various indigenous people of New Spain and to unify the territory, which was partially divided among competing conquistadors.

During the second half of the century, the region was beset by various armed confrontations between conservatives and liberals. Other historical landmarks include the Franciscan Intervention, the revolution of 1920 and the Guerra Cristera. On October 28, 1870 Quitupan was official recognized as a municipality of the state of Jalisco. Its first president was Francisco Lorenzo Gonzalez.
View Coin Mexico 1842MO ML 1/2 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 1/2R 1842MO ML NGC MS 63 NGC MS63 2nd finest graded by NGC.
View Coin Mexico 1906 MO 2 Centavos MEXICO - 1905 TO DATE Copper 2C 1906Mo NGC MS 65 Red Brown NGC MS65RB second finest graded by NGC (highest in RB).
View Coin Mexico 1851 MO GC 1/2 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 1/2R 1851MO GC MO GC KM 370.9 NGC MS 66 NGC MS66 (Prooflike coin). Little Monster! Much nicer in hand.
Tied with two other for this high grade, with none higher at NGC. None graded this high or higher at PCGS.
View Coin Mexico 1851 GO PF 1 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver REAL 1851GO PF KM 372.6 NGC MS 64 NGC MS64 Tied for finest of 4 graded in MS64 by NGC, 5 pieces lower (5/8/2020)
PCGS 1/62, 2/64, 2/65 (5/8/2020)
View Coin Mexico 1781 Mo FF 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1781MO FF Mo FF KM 69.2 PCGS MS 62 Mexico 1781 Mo FF 1/2 Real, Mexico City mint, KM69.2
PCGS MS62 with attractive original toning. Slightly weak toward upper center of reverse.
View Coin Mexico 1768/7 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1768/7MO M Mo M Gilboy M-05-45a NGC AU Details Mexico 1768/7 1/2 Real graded by NGC as AU Details "cleaned". I considered the "cleaning" light and thought it might straight grade. I guess not.
Gilboy M-05-45a, KM 68 type; overdate unlisted.
Quite rare as an overdate. According to Brad Yonaka's book "A Variety Guide To The Fractional Pillar Coinage of Mexico City 1732-1771" eight examples known. So this would be an additional example.
This coin sat in my collection for at least a decade or more before I took it out to look at it and noticed the overdate.
Initially I thought it might be an 1768/6 or 1768/6/7 (double overdate). According to the book, the 1768/6 is noted by Gilboy (M-05--45b). This may refer to the reverse die shown (in book), which has a distorted on left side of the 8 but no other markers suggesting a 6 in the date. As such it is not conclusive.

This appears to be the only example graded at NGC
PCGS has one graded at VF35 and the overdate is not easily recognized in their photo.
View Coin Mexico 1867 San Luis Potosi 1/4 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Copper 1/4R 1867 SAN LUIS POTOSI KM 361 PCGS AU 55 Brown Mexico 1867 San Luis Potosi 1/4 Real, milled edge. KM 361
PCGS AU55
Quite rare at this level of preservation. Second finest of three graded by PCGS, with the one finest graded MS62.
NGC has graded six in total; F, VF, 45, 53, 55, 58.
Nicely struck. Obvious crack from edge into eagle's wing at about 2:00 for some added character.
View Coin Mexico 1868 GO YF 1/2 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 1/2R 1868GO YF Go YF KM 370.7 NGC MS 65 NGC MS65 Nice coin. Much nicer than photos.
View Coin Mexico: Republic 25 Centavos 1878 Do-B MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 25C 1878DO B Do-B KM 406.3 NGC VF 25 Mexico: Republic 25 Centavos 1878 Do-B NGC VF25, Durango mint, KM406.3. Balance Scale type. This is a very rarely encountered date, and missing from many collections. Only two are graded by NGC, this coin and one in fine, with none being graded by PCGS.

This specimen is a very rare date of a series struck 1873-90 at the Durango mint, which closed in 1895. This date is unpriced in the SCWC and KM, which lists the other assayer "E" as rare as well. KM just lists this as Rare. The twenty-five centavos piece replaced the two reales struck since colonial times. It, in turn, was replaced by a smaller twenty centavos piece in 1898. The first specimen was lot 6487 in Ponterio sale 155 (Baltimore, November 2010). The second specimen was lot 9072 in Ponterio sale 159 (Baltimore, March 2011), where it sold for $517.50. The catalog description[2] noted, "MEXICO. Durango. 25 Centavos, 1878-DoB. RARE date. Toned. EXTREMELY FINE."

Here are photos of the EF coin in 2011 sale, which is quite nice.
http://www.coinfactswiki.com/wiki/File:Mexico_1878Do_25_centavos_Ponterio_159-9072_obv.jpg
http://www.coinfactswiki.com/wiki/File:Mexico_1878Do_25_centavos_Ponterio_159-9072_rev.jpg

Here are the photos of the Fine piece in 2010 sale
http://www.coinfactswiki.com/wiki/File:Mexico_1878Do_25_centavos_Ponterio_155-6487_obv.jpg
http://www.coinfactswiki.com/wiki/File:Mexico_1878Do_25_centavos_Ponterio_155-6487_rev.jpg

Specification: 6.77 g, .903 fine silver, .196 troy oz ASW.

Recorded mintage: unknown.
View Coin Mexico 1864 O FR 8 Reales MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 8R 1864O FR NGC MS 63 NGC MS63 White with central weakness and heavy adjustment marks.
View Coin Mexico 1888 GO RR 8 Reales MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 8R 1888GO RR GO RR NGC MS 65 NGC MS65 Finest of 3 graded by NGC. None graded this high by PCGS
Original bright white with nice light peripheral toning.
View Coin Mexico 1800 Mo FM 1/2 Real Mexico Silver 1/2R 1800 Mo FM Annechino PCGS MS 63 PCGS MS63. A solid MS63.
View Coin Mexico 1800 1 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver REAL 1800MO FM MO FM KM 81 NGC MS 63 NGC MS63 and semi-prooflike. Reverse rotated.
View Coin Mexico 1895 Go RS 8 FReales Mexico Silver 8R 1895 Go RS Annechino PCGS MS 64 PCGS MS64 original toning and well struck.
View Coin Mexico 1859 MO FH 1/2 Real MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 1/2R 1859MO FH MO FH KM 370.9 PCGS MS 65 Mexico 1859 MO FH 1/2 Real, PCGS MS65. Brilliant prooflike fields with frosted devices.
View Coin Mexico 1861 MO CH 2 Reales MEXICO - 1823-1909 Silver 2R 1861MO CH MO CH NGC MS 65 NGC MS65 (Prooflike and under graded). Photos do not do the coin justice. Sorry for the bad angle, but difficult to take a good photo in the slab.
View Coin Mexico 1802-Mo FT 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1802MO FT Mo FT KM 72 PCGS MS 65 Mexico 1802-Mo FT 1/2 real, KM72, graded PCGS MS65. Finest of three graded this high at PCGS. Highest at NGC is a solo MS64. Few graded of this date (21 in all grades at both services combined, 13 in any mint state grade).
View Coin Mexico 1803 MO FT 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1803MO FT MO FT NGC AU 58 NGC AU58 with nice toning.
View Coin Mexico 1743 Mo 8 Reales MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 8R 1743MO MF KM 103 NGC MS 63 NGC MS63 two graded this nice and one in 64. This piece with nice original toning. No mint state coins graded by PCGS for this date.
View Coin Mexico 1760 Mo MM 8 Reales MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 8R 1760MO MM MO MM CHARLES III NGC AU 58 NGC AU58 Original with no real wear on this coin.
View Coin Mexico 1745 Mo M 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1745MO M Mo M KM 66 NGC MS 63 Mexico 1745 Mo M 1/2 Real, NGC MS63. Appealing original skin with a nice even strike.
NGC 1/63, 2/64, none higher.
PCGS 2/63, 2/64, 1/66, none higher.
View Coin Mexico 1745 Mo MF 4 Reales Mexico Silver 4R 1745 Mo MF Annechino PCGS AU 53 PCGS AU53 (really mint state but I think they downgraded it due to a minor not-too-intrusive mint made planchet flaw). A lovely coin really.
View Coin Mexico 1746 Mo-M 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1746MO M Mo M KM 66 NGC MS 63 Mexico Philip V 1/2 Real 1746 Mo-M Mexico City mint, KM66. Semi-prooflike fields, well defined elements and design.
Calico-273
NGC MS63 6/63, 4/64
PCGS 2/63, 1/63+, 5/64, 3/65
View Coin Mexico 1761 Mo M 1/2 Real MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 1/2R 1761MO M KM 68 NGC MS 62 Mexico 1761 Mo M 1/2 Real, KM-68; Yonaka-M05-61
A sharply struck minor issue with a rich palette of intermingled multicolored tone on both sides.
NGC MS62
View Coin Mexico 1761-MO M 2 Reales MEXICO - TO 1823 Silver 2R 1761MO M Mo M KM 87 PCGS MS 62 A captivating 1761-Mo M Mexican 2 Reales graded PCGS MS62. Calico-1325, Gilboy M-2-36, Cayón 11460, KM-87, Yonaka M2-61. A lovely coin for the assigned grade with a typical low population of mint state coins existing. The smaller denomination coins were the workhorses of the economy in these days, so very few survived uncirculated.
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