Make this incredible piece of treasure a part of your booty! Share the intriguing story of Pirate Bartholomew Sharp chasing the Spanish galleon La Consolacion. The ship's captain burnt her down to save the treasures. She sank off the coast of Santa Clara, Ecuador in 1681. Strong image of cross represents the combination of Church and State by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain.
With this purchase we will include a BONUS document sharing this shipwreck story of the pirate chasing the treasure ship and her ultimate demise.
- Denomination: 4 Reales
- Date: Assayer E (Antonio de Erqueta) 167"5" visible
- Mint: Potosi (now Bolivia)
Obverse: Pillar and Wave design. Mintmark "P" visible
Reverse: Potent Jerusalem Cross with Lions of Leon and Castles of Castile in the quadrants of the cross
Setting: Handcrafted solid 14K setting really protects the coin. Neck piece sold separately
Certificate of Authenticity with photo specific images and BONUS shipwreck history included.