Rare Spanish silver called 4 Reales are coins that we’ve never seen before. Moreover, certainly not in such high of a grade. These coins were struck by Ferdinand and Isabella. The two who reigned over Spain jointly in the late 1400s, together known as the Catholic Monarchs.
Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain were responsible for funding Columbus’ journey to the New World. Silver Four Reales were the circulating currency back in the late 15th century. Some of them are probably the same coins that help to fund these trips. It is important to note, that Explorers didn’t intentionally venture out to discover the new world in the Americas. All they wanted to do was to gain wealth. Their intention was “finding a new trade route to China that would bypass the Mediterranean.”
Finest certified examples known
We acquired a group of these coins from a world coin collector in Europe. These coins are often toned, cracked, and badly worn. Luckily, we bought a group of three that are the finest certified examples known today. All of them are in Mint State 63 condition. Out of 11 total coins graded, these are the finest. They are fully centered on both sides and have very intricate strikes.
We love the world coin market because of coins like these. In addition, for the money Spanish silver like 4 Reales offer great value. Above all, they come along with a rich history. A find like this does not come around often. As far as Spanish silver goes, you’ll be hard pressed to find nicer coins than these.
Just talk to one of our Rare Coin dealers and they can help you find the exact rare world coin you are looking for. You can also go online and buy directly from our rare World Coins inventory section.
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