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How much is a 1783 Spanish coin worth?

How much is a 1783 Spanish coin worth?

Total metal value of the 1783 Spanish 2 Reales NGC GENUINE El Cazador is USD 3.209. Total Silver content in the coin is 90.3% and the Silver value of this coin is USD 3.209 ,Silver value is claculated with a spot price of USD 14.88/ounce.

What is a 1783 silver dollar worth?

Total metal value of the 1772-1783 Spanish 8 Reales NGC Genuine is USD 11.522. Total Silver content in the coin is 89.6% and the Silver value of this coin is USD 11.522 ,Silver value is claculated with a spot price of USD 14.88/ounce….1772-1783 Spanish 8 Reales NGC Genuine.

MINT SPECIFICATIONS NA
WEIGHT 24.5 Grams

How much is a silver Spanish real worth?

Total Silver content in the coin is 90% and the Silver value of this coin is USD 11.574 ,Silver value is claculated with a spot price of USD 14.88/ounce….1772-1832 First United States Silver Dollar Spanish 8 Reales.

MINT SPECIFICATIONS NA
METAL COMPOSITION Silver : 90%
WEIGHT 24.5 Grams

Who is Carolus IIIi?

King Charles (Carolus) of Spain shows on the front of the coins covered on this page. Carolus III reigned from 1759 to 1788, and Carolus IIII (or IV) reigned from 1788 to 1808. The backs of these coins look the same, with a crowned shield and two large pillars on either side.

How can you tell if a Spanish coin is real?

First off, grab a simple magnet and hold it near your precious metal coin. If the coin is even slightly attracted to the magnet, then you know you have a fake on your hand, as metals with contents of iron and steel are the most likely to be attracted.

How do you identify Spanish coins?

Summary – To completely identify a Spanish colonial coin, you need:

  1. The date, either explicitly on the coin or by Spanish ruler.
  2. The method of manufacture, cob or milled.
  3. The numeric denomination, e.g., 1 real, 2 escudos, 8 reales.
  4. The country of origin, as coded by the mint mark.
  5. The assayer initials.

What is the value of a 1972 silver dollar?

The standard 1972 silver dollar is worth around $14 in MS 63 uncirculated condition. In MS 65 uncirculated condition the price rises to around $20. The 1972 proof silver dollar is worth around $15 in PR 65 condition. There were 1,811,631 proof coins minted.

How do you identify Spanish reales?

You can often tell the denomination by ‘R’ and ‘S’ marking for reales and escudos. For example, R = 1/2 real, 1R = 1 real, 2R = 2 reales, 2S = 2 escudos, and 8S = 8 escudos. There are 16 reales in one escudo.

How much are Spanish reales worth?

These reales were supplemented by the gold escudo, minted 68 to a mark of 11⁄12 fine gold (3.101 g fine gold), and valued at 15–16 silver reales or approximately two dollars.

How can you tell if coins are silver?

The best way to determine if your coins are silver is to view the edge of the coin. If the coin has a solid silver stripe, then you can feel confident that it’s silver. If you can see a copper stripe, then the coin is clad. A more subdued silver stripe with faint traces of copper could mean that the coin is 40% silver.

Where can I find Spanish colonial coins?

Spain Spanish Colonial 1/2, 1, 2, 4, and 8 Reales (Carolus III and IIII) (Fakes are possible) 1772 to 1808 These coins are known as Spanish (Hispan) colonial coinage because they circulated freely in the many New World colonies of Spain. You can find essentially the same coins in Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru.

Are there any real shipwreck coins in Mexico?

1783 Mexico 8 Real Shipwreck Coin. Signs of Salt Water Damages A47-336 AU 1783-Mo. FF Silver 8 Reales. Mexico. Calico-933. PCGS AU-details (graffiti).

What does the mint mark on a Mexican coin mean?

The coins from Mexico carry the distinctive Mo or oM mint mark — a small ‘o’ set over a large ‘M’. Coins from Chile bear an So or oS mint mark for Santiago, Chile. There are many other mint marks, as explained below. These are wonderful collectibles, and some collectors specialize in Spanish Colonial coinage.

What is the Numista Coin Index?

This index is based on the data of Numista members collections. It ranges from 0 to 100, 0 meaning a very common coin or banknote and 100 meaning a rare coin or banknote among Numista members. This value is given for information purpose only.