Cobs and Macuquinas from other mints (Colombia, Guatemala, Panama , Santo Domingo and Spain)

Other Silver and Copper Cobs

 

(Argentina, Santo Domingo, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Spain and Venezuela)

(Including countermarked cobs)

This page is for cobs struck at all other mints besides the main ones at Mexico, Lima and Potosí. Naturally the number of specimens represented here is low, even non-existent in some cases, both because of low supply and high demand. Please let us know if you have any coins from these mints (except Spain) that we can buy!

 

Santo Domingo

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Colombia

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Bogota, Colombia, cob 1 real, assayer not visible (Ramos), encapsulated PCGS VF25, ex-Eldorado. Bogota, Colombia, cob 1 real, assayer not visible (Ramos), encapsulated PCGS VF25, ex-Eldorado. Restrepo-M24.6. 3.13 grams. Full pillars and shield, much legend including full king's ordinal IIII, crude edge-crack and lacuna but nicely toned all over, pedigreed to the Eldorado Collection. h011819022011 $695
Barinas (Caraujal), Venezuela, Cartagena, Colombia(?), "imitation cob" 1/2 real, ca. 1815, very rare. 0.82 gram. Most of monogram, one castle despite flatness of strike, otherwise VF and nicely toned, sharply cut edge per the type. h081601021002 $595
Barinas (Caraujal), Venezuela, Lot of three Bogota, Colombia, cob 1/2R, Philip IV, assayers not visible. Restrepo-M16.10; CT-type 265. Dark and thin and corroded as salvaged but with clear monograms and crosses. Two left. h051704191223-24 $95 each

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Costa Rica

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Costa Rica, 2 reales, 1846JB counterstamp (Type V) on a Potosi cob 2R 1730(?). Costa Rica, 2 reales, 1846JB counterstamp (Type V) on a Potosi cob 2R 1730(?). KM-54. UNC counterstamp (very rare quality) on a typically worn host (Good) with rich toning and two partial dates. i081706030001 $1,450

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Guatemala

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Guatemala, "moclon" 2 reales, crown countermark (1662) on a shield side of a Lima, Peru, cob 2 reales of Philip II, assayer Diego de la Torre, *-ii to left, P-oD to right KM-B1.1; CT-type 175. 6.14 grams Most of countermark (Type B) deeply impressed, host coin Fine with full interior details but cross a bit weak (and scratched) due to the countermark on the other side, light orange toning in crevices.

h111704191019 SOLD

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Spain

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Granada, Spain, 1 real, Ferdinand-Isabel, • flanking shield, G on reverse. Granada, Spain, 1 real, Ferdinand-Isabel, • flanking shield, G on reverse. 2.87 grams. Well-detailed VF with lightly corroded surfaces, much legend, full interiors. h061604191158 $90

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