8 Reales Spanish Empire and Peninsulars for all

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  1. moneditis

    moneditis Reales de a 8

    Dear friends

    Maybe we can unify/compile/collect in this thread all coins of the title. 8 Reales macuquinos, columnarios - pillar dollars - busts...

    Here is the first
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    8 Reales Segovia Philip II 1586 First Year

    and the second
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    8 Reales Santa Fé de Nuevo Reino (Bogotá) 1759 Ferdinand VI Very Rare

    and the third, fourth an so on...

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  3. moneditis

    moneditis Reales de a 8

  4. moneditis

    moneditis Reales de a 8

    Nobody interested? :(
     
  5. 49ers

    49ers Junior Member

    1807 Mexico 8 Reales
    1769 Spain 2 Reales mb.JPG mf.JPG sp.JPG
     
  6. Hispanicus

    Hispanicus Stand Fast!

    Moneditis,
    Those are some outstanding pieces for lighting the fire on an 8 reales thread. Let the games begin! I'll throw in a 1762 8 Reales from Mexico City, assayer M.M. 1762 Mo MM 8 Reales Obv.jpg 1762 Mo MM 8 Reales Rev.jpg
    And, I will add another 8 reales, also from Mexico City, but minted under the reign of Carlos IIII. 1797 Mo FM 8 Reales Obv.jpg 1797 Mo FM 8 Reales Rev.jpg

    Ok, can anyone step up to the plate and shows us some cobs?
     
  7. 49ers

    49ers Junior Member

    Very nice coins
     
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  8. moneditis

    moneditis Reales de a 8

  9. fred13

    fred13 Junior Member

    Heres one I had and subsequently sold because it was a bit too dark for my liking

    1761 8 reales rev.jpg 1761 8 reales.jpg
     
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  10. micbraun

    micbraun coindiccted

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    Sí... ya lo sé... it's not an 8 reales coin, but it's still nice, isn't it...? ;-)
     
  11. moneditis

    moneditis Reales de a 8

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    moneditis Reales de a 8

  13. 49ers

    49ers Junior Member

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  14. Jaelus

    Jaelus The Hungarian Antiquarian Supporter

    I've been working on an XF/AU type set of Mexican portrait 8R, but I prefer the patinas on these to be dark. Here are my two so far:

    1792Mo FM NGC XF40 (looks like an XF45 to me)
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    1821Zs AZ/RG NGC XF45
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  15. 49ers

    49ers Junior Member

    Very sharp looking coin
     
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  16. Hispanicus

    Hispanicus Stand Fast!

    Moneditis,
    Thanks for the links and photos for fake Spanish colonials. The reason that I joined this forum in the first place was due to the purchase of a cob that turned out to be a counterfeit.
     
  17. moneditis

    moneditis Reales de a 8

    Nobody is risk free purchasing 8 reales...but minimizing its is always reasonable
     
  18. Jason Hoffpauir

    Jason Hoffpauir World Coin Collector

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  19. BBanker

    BBanker Junior Member

    Very poor photo but I am trying to get more information about this coin. I don't know what the punch mark is. I also noted the letter M in Lima is double struck. I wonder if it would have any effect on value.
     

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  20. Siberian Man

    Siberian Man Senior Member Moderator

    8 reales 1818. Ferdinand VII for Mexico.
    8 reales 1814. Ferdinand VII for Spain.
     

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  21. Mikey Zee

    Mikey Zee Delenda Est Carthago

    Great Examples.... My two are already here...and i lost a bid for some cobs...so sorry no photos to share of anything else not already here....

    A comment to mcbraun----I had to sell my attributed 1783 Cazador ship-wreck coin and all the 'dealer' kept saying, with a disappointing shake of his head, was that it was too bad it was salt-water damaged. Can you believe it??
     
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