One of the most ubiquitous coins of antiquity, the Spanish 8 Reales was minted throughout Central and South America and used in trade all around the world. These examples of the final series of this coin are in moderately circulated condition.
- Contains a nominal .7859 oz of pure Silver.
- Coins packaged in protective plastic flips.
- Obverse: The national coat of arms of Mexico, featuring an eagle atop a cactus, clenching a snake in its mouth.
- Reverse: A radiant Phrygian cap, bearing the legend "Libertad." Legend containing denomination, mintmark, date, assayer initials, and purity.
- Purity is denominated in the archaic system prevalent before the rise of metric units. As seen on this coin, "10 Ds., 20Gs" refers to 10 dineros, 20 granos, or .9028 fine.
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Dates will vary, ranging from 1823-1897. Mint marks vary, but will be one of the various Mexican mints.