This large Gold coin was struck for the Spanish Empire at the Popayan mint in 1816 under the reign of Spain's King Charles IV.
This is a truly magnificent example of the Spanish 8 Escudos with great luster, a full strike, and fantastic eye appeal. This large gold coin is very rarely seen in uncirculated grades, and even circulated examples are in high demand.
- Contains .7614 oz of Gold, as 27.067 grams of .875 fine.
- NGC encapsulation protects the coin and guarantees its authenticity and MS-61 grade.
- Obverse: Bust of Charles IV, King of Spain. Date below.
- Reverse: Crowned arms, surrounded by a chain. "P" mintmark and "JT" assayers' initials at bottom. Denomination as "8S" to either side of arms.
- Minted in Popayan, Colombia, which operated a mint from 1758-1822.
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