world coins

  1. What is a Spanish Escudo coin?

    What is a Spanish Escudo coin?

    A common question we get is "What is a Spanish Escudo coin?" The Escudo was and is Spanish currency. Escudos comes in both gold and silver. Interestingly, the first Escudo gold coins were introduced in 1535/1537. They were issued in denominations of 12, 1, 2, 4 and 8 Escudos. In addition, the 2 Escudos coins were commonly known as Doubloons and worth 16 reales.

     

    Gold Escudos were issued until 1833. They are beautiful coins with great attention to detail. As a result, these gold coins from Spain in the 1790’s have remarkable eye appeal. Today's coin collectors and investors lov

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  2. Coin Collecting Can Be Profitable

    Coin Collecting Can Be Profitable

    Coin collecting is not only a rewarding and enjoyable hobby, but if done properly, coin collecting can also be profitable. In this report and the video below, we will share some of the most important things to keep in mind when coin collecting. This is in order to maximize the rewards of assembling a profitable collection, regardless of your budget.

     

    • The first thing is to make sure that you’re collecting an area with a solid base of other collectors. You can have the rarest coin in the world, but if nobody else wants it, then it's unlikely to see much appreciation.
    • Make sure you own coins that are attractive. To clarify, a great looking coins will always catch the eye of a potential buyer.
    • Make sure you acquire and own coins t
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  3. Rare Spanish silver called 4 Reales

    4 Reales

    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."

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