1820 NR-JF Colombia Gold 8 Escudo Ferdinand VII AU-55 PCGS
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Gold content of this Spanish colonial issue is .7615 of an ounce. Struck at the Cartagena Mint in what was to become Colombia, this 8 Escudo depicts King Ferdinand VII of Spain on the obverse. Crowned arms within the chain of the Order of the Fleece appear on the reverse. A nice early 19th century Gold coin graded Almost Uncirculated 55 by PCGS. KM#66.1.
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|Grade||Almost Unc - 55|
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|Mint Mark||NR - Cartagena|
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