Authentic Atocha Coin 8 Reale Grade 1 Potosi Mint #86A-133633 in 14K Bezel Pendant

$10,500.00 USD
SKU - 133633

Original Atocha Shipwreck coin grade 1 Potosi mint 8 Reale Assayer "Q" Philip. Fixed on a 14k solid gold bezel set pendant.

Grade 1 dictates that the coin was retrieved from the middle of the pack in the wreckage with less corrosion compared to Grade 2 or 3. The Potosi Mint signifies that the coin was minted in northern Peru, modern-day Bolivia.

Coin Details:
- Type: Atocha Coin
- TSI Number: 86A-133633
- Grade: Grade 1
- Denomination: 4 Reale
- Reign: King Philip III of Spain
- Mint: Potosi (P)
- Assayer: Q (Augustin de la Quadra, 1613-1616)
- Weight: 22.30 Grams
- Date: Not Visible
- Origin: TAG 4
- Coin Metal: Silver
- Front-Side: Greek Cross
- Reverse-Side: The shield of King Philip III of Spain

Mounting Details:
- Metal: 14K Solid Gold
- Measurements: 2.4 x 1.75 inches
- Bail: 6.5mm opening
- Gross Weight: 31.5 Grams

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About Atocha Coins

On September 6th, 1622, a ship named "Nuestra Señora de Atocha" (Our Woman of Spring) from the Kingdom of Spain bearing gold, gems, and other valuables to The New World capsized off the coast of Key West in Florida, sinking the treasure for hundreds of years.

This all changed in 1969 when a team of scuba divers led by American treasure hunter Mel Fisher began searching the seabeds in the Florida Keys for the missing treasure. After an arduous expedition, a radio call went out from Fisher's son, Kane Fisher, who jubilantly exclaimed that the team had finally found the Spanish treasure.

Amid the priceless discovery, the State of Florida's government claimed title to the shipwreck, thus commencing a legal battle that would last eight years. On 1 July 1982, the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Fisher's team and awarded it the rights to the entirety of the shipwrecked treasure.

In 2014, Nuestra Señora de Atocha was added to the Guinness Book of World Records for being the most valuable shipwreck to be recovered, as it was carrying roughly 40 tons of gold and silver and 71 lb worth of Colombian emeralds, among other artifacts.

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