Tauler&Fau Selection

Auction 136 | November 29th, 2023
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Lot 91 - Philip IV (1621-1665)

Philip IV (1621-1665). 8 escudos. 1644/3. Sevilla. R. (Cal-1967, unlisted overdate). (Tauler-74, unlisted overdate). (Km-112, unlisted overdate). Au. 26,98 g. Very clear unpublished overdate, even more so as there are no known Sevillian coins dated 1643 for this denomination of 8 escudos. Full four-digit date and obverse legend almost complete. Squares in the corners of the cross and roundels in the lobular corners. Magnificent bold strike, excellent eye appeal and large flan with all its data perfectly visible. Only 5-6 specimens known for this date 1644, but this is the first specimen we know of with overdate. Extremely rare. XF.


Lot 55 - Philip II (1556-1598)

Philip II (1556-1598). 4 maravedis. Santo Domingo. (Cal-29). Ae. 4,58 g. Countermarks of XII Maravedís 1636 and VIII Maravedís 1641. Rare. Choice VF.


Lot 141 - Philip V (1700-1746)

Philip V (1700-1746). 8 escudos. 1720/19. Mexico. J. (Cal-2217). (Cal onza-Unlisted). (Tauler-404b). Au. 27,20 g. A extremely rare overdate with few examples known exhibiting a decent strike on a somewhat compact round planchet displaying a nearly complete shield, bold partial date. Ex Isaac Rudman Collection. Slabbed by NGC as AU 53. (Top Pop), the finest known in the NGC census.


Lot 109 - Charles II (1665-1700)

Charles II (1665-1700). 8 reales. 1683. Segovia. BR/¿M?. (Cal-766). (Jarabo-Sanahuja-F19 var). Ag. 27,66 g. Rectified assayer mark. With escutcheon of Portugal. Beautiful old cabinet tone. Minor nick on obverse. Rarely encountered this good struck. Slabbed by NGC as AU 53. (Top Pop), the finest known in the NGC census.


Lot 34 - Peter I (1350-1368)

Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Pedro I (1350-1368). Dobla of 35 maravedis. Sevilla. (Bautista-517.1). Anv.: + PETRVS : DEI: GRACIA: REX: LEGIONIS. Rev.: + PETRVS : DEI : GRACIA : REX : CASTELLE. Au. 4,51 g. P between the lion’s legs and rosettes in the separation of the legends. Genuine colour and bold strike. Nice specimen. Very rare. Slabbed by NGC as MS 62. 


Lot 156 - Philip VI (1746-1759)

Ferdinand VI (1746-1759). 4 escudos. 1752/1. Lima. J. (Cal-694, unlisted overdate). (Km-49, unlisted overdate). Au. Overdate. Dot above mintmark. Minor scracht on obverse. Attractive specimen. Very rare. Slabbed by NGC as AU 53.


Lot 66 - Philip II (1556-1598)

Philip II (1556-1598). 8 reales. 1598. Segovia. (Cal-719). (Jarabo-Sanahuja-A482). Ag. 26,92 g. OMNIVM type. Aqueduct with two rows of ive arches. Slight end of rail. Attractive specimen. Rare, even more so in this grade. Slabbed by NGC as AU 58. (Top Pop), the finest known in the NGC census.


Lot 197 - Charles III (1759-1788)

Charles III (1759-1788). 8 escudos. 1774. Madrid. PJ. (Cal-1960). (Cal onza-723). Au. Dot between assayers. Original luster. Rare in this condition. Slabbed by PCGS as MS 61. (Top Pop), the finest known in the PCGS census.


Lot 278 - Elizabeth II of Spain (1833-1868)

Elizabeth II (1833-1868). 20 centavos. 1866. Manila. (Cal-659). Ag. 5,20 g. Original luster and slight iridescent patina. Rare, even more in this grade. Almost MS. 


Lot 114 - Charles II (1665-1700)

Charles II (1665-1700). Double Sovereign. 1696. Brussels. (Vanhoudt-705). (Delm-192). Au. 11,02 g. Slightly cleaned. Very rare. Ex Jean Elsen & ses Fils S.A., auction 84, lot 1246. Choice VF/XF.


Lot 222 - Charles IV (1788-1808)

Charles IV (1788-1808). 8 reales. 1803. Mexico. TH. (Cal-978). Ag. 26,96 g. Plenty of original luster. Rare in this condition. Slabbed by NGC as MS 62. Only 1 finer specimen in the NGC census.