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 Other Shipwreck Coin Jewelry

Authentic shipwreck treasure coin jewelry from various other wrecks like the 1622 Santa Margarita, 1622 São José, 1628 Lucayan Beach, 1641 Concepcion, 1654 La Capitana, 1656 Maravillas, 1682 Joanna, 1707 Association,  1735 Vliegenthart, and the 1743 Hollandia.

Certificates of Authenticity accompany all shipwreck treasure coin jewelry.

 


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Vliegenthart Shipwreck

 

Item#:  13101
Denomination: Ducat
Mint:  Utrecht
Country:  Netherlands

Measurements with 18k gold bezel
Weight:  6.4 grams
Diameter: 1.0-1.1 inches

Price: $1295.00  BUY ITEM

 

Recovered from the wreck of the Vliegenthart, a Dutch East Indiaman that was lost on February 3rd, 1735 after striking a sand bank off the cost of Zealand.

Coin description:   Dutch gold ducat, Utrect mint, dated 1729, mint state condition.  Reserve:  knight facing right standing in armor with a sword in right hand and a bundle of arrows in the left.  Obverse:  Ornamental square tablet with Latin legend that translates "Coin of government of the provincial federation of Belgium conforming with the law of the Imperial."  An affordable gold world trade treasure coin of great historical value.  Supplied with a New World Treasures photo type certificate of authenticity.  Coin is mounted in an 18k gold bezel with a swivel bale and with bezel is about the size of a quarter.



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Santa Margarita - 8 Reales
- Rare 1622 Date -
Item#:  15089 (2465)
Denomination:  8 reales
Mint:  Seville
Assayer:  Not Visible

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  28.6 grams
Diameter: 1.5 inches

Price:  $3995.00  BUY ITEM

 

Recovered from the wreck of the Spanish galleon Santa Margarita , sister ship to the Atocha.  Both were lost during a hurricane near the Florida Keys on September 6, 1622 and were salvaged by Mel Fisher and his company, Treasure Salvors Inc.  Santa Margarita coins are rare in comparison to those from the Atocha.

Coin description:  Grade 2, Shield type cob, 8 reales, Seville mint (rare), assayer not visible, dated 1622 - very rare ( the lower right portion of the 6 is visible along with both digits 22).  Nice full cross with all lions and castles visible in the cross quadrants.  Nearly full shield with most of the shield elements visible, though obscured somewhat by corrosion.  A very desirable Santa Margarita coin in that it is dated 1622 - the same year as the ship was lost.  Only about a dozen coins from the Atocha and Santa Margarita exist with a 1622 date.  Supplied with the original photo certificate of authenticity issued by Treasure Salvors, Inc.



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São José Shipwreck

 

Item#:  11248
Denomination: 4 reales
Mint:  Potosi
Assayer:  B

Measurements with silver bezel
Weight:  16.7 grams
Diameter: 1.3-1.4 inches

Price: $995.00  BUY ITEM

 

Recovered from the wreck of the almiranta São José, lost in 1622 off the coast of Mozambique while under attack by an English and Dutch fleet.  She was part of a fleet carrying Francisco da Gama, great grandson of famed Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama, to his new post as Viceroy of India.  Arqueonautas Worldwide recovered over 20,000 Spanish and Spanish Colonial cob coins from the site in 2005.

Coin description:  Shield type cob 4 reales, Potosi mint, assayer B ( 5th period ), circa 1596-1605, grade 1.  Full cross with all lions and castles visible in the cross quadrants.  Nearly full, double struck shield with the mint and assayer marks P and B at left.  Potosi coins from this time period exhibit variations in the border between the legends and inner details that go beyond the typically encountered dots; including a border of squares, rectangles, diamonds, and as is the case with this coin, a border of X's.  Coin is mounted in a silver bezel, and with bezel, is slightly smaller than a silver dollar in size.  Supplied with the original deluxe hardwood presentation box and certificate of authenticity issued by Arqueonautas Worldwide as shown in these images - closed box, open box, certificate of authenticity, back of certificate.



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Piedmont Shipwreck

 

Item#:  8204
Denomination: 2 reales
Mint:  Potosi
Assayer:  E

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  9.6 grams
Diameter: 1.1-1.2 inches

Price: $995.00  BUY ITEM

 

Recovered from the wreck of the Piedmont, lost in 1795 off the coast of Lyme Bay England during a fierce storm.  She was part of a huge 200 ship British fleet sailing to the West Indies to suppress an uprising that threatened the British supremacy in the region.  Treasure hunters salvaged the wreck in the early 1980's, recovering many high grade Spanish colonial silver reales cobs from the site.

Coin description:  Pillar and Waves type cob 2 reales, Potosi mint, assayer E, dated 1666.  Exceptional, nicely centered full cross with all lions and castles boldly visible in the cross quadrants.  Also visible on the cross side is the denomination mark 2 at top center, mint mark P at left and the digits 66 of the date 1666 below.  Excellent pillars side markings, including the pillars with the waves below, one mint mark P at bottom right, both assayer marks E at top right and bottom left, complete central PLV SVL TRA and 66 of the central date 1666 at bottom center.  A superbly detailed coin.  Coin is mounted in a 14k gold bezel, and with bezel, is slightly larger than a quarter in size.  Supplied with the original photo type certificate of authenticity.



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Lucayan Beach Shipwreck

 

Item#:  11277
Denomination: 4 reales
Mint:  Mexico
Assayer:  D

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  19.0 grams
Diameter: 1.25 inches

Price: $995.00  BUY ITEM

 

Recovered from the Lucayan Beach wreck, named after Lucayan Beach Grand Bahama Island, where the wreck was discovered in 1964.   Popular belief ties this wreck to the Dutch hero Piet Heyn who captured the entire 1628 Spanish fleet at Matanzas Bay, Cuba.   Two of his ships were lost near Grand Bahama Island during their return voyage home; it seems likely that the Lucayan Beach wreck is one of Heyn's lost ships.

Coin description:  Shield type cob 4 reales, Mexico mint, assayer D, circa 1618-1628.  Nicely centered, bold, full cross with one lion and both castles boldly struck in the cross quadrants. The shield side has a 75% full shield visible along with a muddled, but positively identifiable assayer mark D at left.  A nicely detailed coin with a heavy 13.1 gram weight.  Supplied with a New World Treasures photo type certificate of authenticity.


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