The smallest royal

1421769363_avance-subasta-50-vol-III
Today we introduce you an extremely rare 1/2 real of Philip V “Royal Type” of México mint, that it will be auction in our Floor Auction 50, that will be hold on February 05th, 2020 in Gran Meliá Fénix Hotel in Madrid. We are facing the best specimen known, with a magnificent presentation struck. It is a unique opportunity for collectors.
Lote 402. Philip V (1700-1746). 1/2 real. 1714. México. J. (Cal 2008-no cita). (Cal 2019-no cita). (Km). Ag. 1,78 g. Royal type. Holed. The best of only two specimens known. Of the highest rarity. Almost XF. Est...2000,00.

The “special round minting”, also known as “presentation”, or “royal” in the American continent, are hammered coins, that is to say, coins minted with a hammer but carved with an exquisite taste and refinement, where all the coin’s data remain readable, and, presumably, only a few pieces were minted, which is why the die was preserved in an excelent condition, free from wear and tear. The fineness of the metal and its weight were also guaranteed. In the XVIIThe “special round minting”, also known as “presentation”, or “royal” in the American continent, are hammered coins, that is to say, coins minted with a hammer but carved with an exquisite taste and refinement, where all the coin’s data remain readable, and, presumably, only a few pieces were minted, which is why the die was preserved in an excelent condition, free from wear and tear. The fineness of the metal and its weight were also guaranteed. In the XVIII century the mint from Mexico was the most prolific in this type of coins, minting “round” pieces in all values and metals.

The piece we are proud to present you, 1/2 real from Mexico, dated 1714, may be the piece with a lower value among the ones of a special series; it is also the second one known of this date. The other piece was auctioned at Sedwick in May 2018, lot 774, reaching the hammer price of $1.600, even if its condition was worse and had two holes. In any case, this piece of Tauler & Fau will doubtlessly delight those collecting “special” and rare coins.I century the mint from Mexico was the most prolific in this type of coins, minting “round” pieces in all values and metals.
The piece we are proud to present you, half an escudo from Mexico, dated 1744, may be the piece with a lower value among the ones of a special series; it is also the second one known of this date. The other piece was auctioned at Sedwick in May 2018, lot 774, reaching the hammer price of $1.600, even if its condition was worse and had two holes. 

In any case, this piece of Tauler & Fau will doubtlessly delight those collecting “special” and rare coins.

The piece we are proud to present you, 1/2 real from Mexico, dated 1714, may be the piece with a lower value among the ones of a special series; it is also the second one known of this date...

Share
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on email
Email
Categories

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Share

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on email
Email
Categories