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  • Eden, Tom, James, Morton, David Kirk and Menelaos Danellis, Morton & Eden sale 104, Ancient Coins and the Mexico Collection, London: Morton & Eden, 2019.

This specimen was lot 205 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £320 (about US$496 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip II (1556-1598), 1 real (4), Mexico mint, similar type, shield with mintmark M° to left, O to right, further die/legend varieties, 3.12-3.38 g (Cal. type 398, no. 643), one slightly clipped, fine or very fine (4)."

This specimen was lot 212 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £100 (about US$155 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip III (1598-1621), half-real, Mexico mint, 1618, 8 of date over 7 and with assayer’s mark D over F, 1.43 g (cf Cal. 553), very fine."

This specimen was lot 226 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £280 (about US$434 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip IV (1621-1665), 4 reales, Mexico mint, 1654 P, 4 of date over 3; the coin double-struck and with denomination reading 8, 12.86 g (Cal. type 147; cf no. 710), significant striking flaws, about very fine and interesting. Possibly struck firstly - in error - from 8 reales dies and then overstruck. The date is unusually clear and appears almost as ‘16534’. Ex La Maravilla shipwreck and of good fabric."

This specimen was lot 227 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £320 (about US$496 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip IV (1621-1665), 8 reales, Mexico mint, 1624 D, probably 4 over 3 in date (Cal. type 94; cf nos. 313-315), very fine and toned."

This specimen was lot 228 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £280 (about US$434 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip IV (1621-1665), 8 reales, Mexico mint, 1650 P, 25.95 g (Cal. type 94; cf no. 350), some corrosion and has been cleaned, fine. Ex La Maravilla shipwreck."

This specimen was lot 238 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £9,500 (about US$14,713 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Carlos II (1665-1700), cob 4 escudos, 1695 L, all four digits of date, the mintmark and assayer's mark very clear, with a full shield and most of denomination IIII also legible, rev., 'jewelled' cross, with arms decorated with points, 13.14 g (Cal. type 23, no. 105), extremely fine and particularly clear, very rare thus."

This specimen was lot 246 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £180 (about US$279 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip V (1724-1746), cob 2 reales (2), Mexico, 1727, 6.77 g and another with date illegible, assayer D, 6.65 g (Cal. type 212), about fine (2)."

This specimen was lot 248 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £300 (about US$465 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip V (1724-1746), cob 4 reales, 1730 R, with clear date, mint and assayer's marks, 13.41 g (cal. type 175, no. 1027), very fine. Ex Pradeau Collection and Hendricks auction, lot 46."

This specimen was lot 254 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £220 (about US$341 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip V (1700-1724), Royal Coinage, round half-real, Mexico City, 1716 J, struck in medallic die alignment, 1.66 g (Cal. type 285, date unlisted), roughly pierced at 9 o'clock on obverse and with significant dents, fair to fine."

This specimen was lot 255 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £5,500 (about US$8,518 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip V (1700-1724), Royal Coinage, heart-shaped half-real, Mexico City, 1716 J, struck in medallic die alignment, 2.05 g (Cal. type 283, date unlisted), very neatly pierced at the upper, shaped tang, extremely fine, attractive but enigmatic [see footnote], very rare. Although forma corazón coins were well-established at Potosí by 1716 there is scant evidence, despite Calicó's listing, of their manufacture in Mexico. It is uncertain whether the present example was deliberately produced as a corazón at the Mint or whether it was created later from a very carefully-crafted round 'Royal' which must have been struck on an oversized flan."

This specimen was lot 260 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £320 (about US$496 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Philip V (1724-1746), Royal Coinage, round half-real, Mexico City, 1726 D, struck in medallic die alignment, 1.53 g (Cal. type 285, date unlisted), pierced at 1 o'clock, reverse double-struck and obverse showing light surface scratches or adjustment marks, very fine."

This specimen was lot 304 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £6,500 (about US$10,067 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, State of Zacatecas, 'Flying Eros' Coinage, pattern or proof quarter-real, 1833, similar to the brass currency coin but struck in a copper-nickel alloy of unknown composition, first type legend, obliquely reeded edge milling as usual, 28.3 mm, heavy weight 10.67 g, carefully struck, mint state and toned, very rare. Ex Guttag Collection."

This specimen was lot 305 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it did not sell. The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, Hookneck Coinage, 1 real, Durango mint, 1824 RL, type 1, smooth snake pattern, rev., reversed superscript s's in legend, 3.12 g (Hubbard & O'Harrow pp 120-123, this piece illustrated), well-worn but fully legible, extremely rare. Ex Antonio Deana Salmerón Collection."

This specimen was lot 323 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,800 (about US$2,788 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, half-real, Durango mint, 1832 RM/L, M of assayer's mark over L, mint state and toned, extremely rare." KM 370.3, 1832-Do RM (scarce) and Do RM/L (rare).

This specimen was lot 326 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £280 (about US$434 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, half-real, Guadalajara mint, 1839/8/7 JG/FS, good extremely fine and toned." KM 370.5, 1839/8 JG/FS (scarce) and 1839 MC (common).

This specimen was lot 332 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £250 (about US$387 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 1 real, Guadalajara mint, 1848 JG, about fine and clear, very rare." KM 372.4, a rare date.

This specimen was lot 333 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £750 (about US$1,162 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 1 real, Guadalajara mint, 1842/0 JG/MC, struck on a flan with an edge flaw, mint state." KM 372.4, 1842/0-JG/MC fairly common and 1842 JG, common.

This specimen was lot 334 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £100 (about US$155 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 1 real, Guadalajara mint, 1850 JG, probably 1850/49, a few marks, only very good, very rare." KM 372.4, a very scarce date, no overdate listed.

This specimen was lot 336 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £280 (about US$434 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 1 real, Guadalupe y Calvo mint, 1848 MP, extremely fine." KM 372.5, all dates scarce.

This specimen was lot 338 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £550 (about US$852 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 1 real, Mexico City mint, 1825 JM, gem mint state and deeply toned, rare thus. Ex Pradeau Collection and Hendricks auction, lot 454." now NGC MS-65. KM 372.8, a slightly better date.

This specimen was lot 344 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £480 (about US$744 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 2 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1829 FS, minor rim flaw, good fine to very fine, very rare." KM 374.6, listed but unpriced.

This specimen was lot 345 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £100 (about US$155 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 2 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1857 JG, fine and rare." KM 374.6, a very scarce date.

This specimen was lot 350 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £180 (about US$279 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Culiacán mint, 1858 CE, with an old edge bruise, very fine and scarce." KM 375.1, a scarce date (only 1860-C is common).

This specimen was lot 351 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £100 (about US$155 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1846 JG, centres slightly weak, good very fine."

This specimen was lot 353 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £2,400 (about US$3,717 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1857/6 JG, mint state, scarce." KM 375.2, overdate only, a better date.

This specimen was lot 354 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,400 (about US$2,168 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1859/8 JG, softly struck at centre but mint state, with rich multicoloured toning, rare thus." KM 375.2, overdate only, a better date.

This specimen was lot 356 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £130 (about US$201 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1863/2 JG, very good, scarce." KM 375.2, 1863 and 1863/2, both very rare.

This specimen was lot 358 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £2,000 (about US$3,098 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Guadalupe y Calvo mint, 1845 MP, a few old surface scratches on reverse, very good to fine, excessively rare. Ex Miguel Munoz Collection, Superior, 4-8 June 1979, lot 3094." KM 375.3, all dates rare, this date very rare.

This specimen was lot 364 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £100 (about US$155 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Mexico City mint, 1850 GC, impaired by old scratches or attempted tooling and also with a small test-cut at rim, only fair or very good, rare." KM 375.6, rare and unpriced.

This specimen was lot 368 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,300 (about US$2,014 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, Mexico City mint, 1868 PH, mint state and well toned, rare thus." KM 375.6, 1868-CH and -PH both better but not rare.

This specimen was lot 370 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it did not sell. The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 4 reales, San Luis Potosí mint, 1864 RO, scratches and scuffs on both sides, generally fine, very rare." KM 375.8, a very rare date.

This specimen was lot 380 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £350 (about US$542 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Alamos mint, 1880 ML, 0 of date over misaligned 0 (DP-As20), practically as struck and lightly toned. Probably from a small group of uncirculated coins discovered in the 1970s."

This specimen was lot 383 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £850 (about US$1,317 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1832 MR, variety with Liberty cap of 1832, having rounded top, 26.98 g (DP-Ca02b), some adjustment marks, almost as struck."

This specimen was lot 387 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £2,200 (about US$3,407 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1837 AM, poorly struck as usual for the year and very weak at centres, 27.23 g (DP-Ca08), an excellent example of this notoriously crude and very rare piece, virtually mint state for the issue and attractively toned."

This specimen was lot 388 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,200 (about US$1,859 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1838 AM, normal Gs in legend (DP-Ca09), nearly as struck, toned."

This specimen was lot 389 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,400 (about US$620 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1839 RG, new die style, normal legends, 27.14 g (DP-Ca10), with heavy adjustment marks on both sides, very fine to good very fine, rare."

This specimen was lot 390 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £480 (about US$744 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1851 RG, 5 of date over 4, 26.42 g (DP-Ca22), good extremely fine and toned, scarce."

This specimen was lot 391 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £300 (about US$465 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1852 RG, 5 of date over 4, 26.87 g (DP-Ca23), some striking weakness and a few marks, extremely fine."

This specimen was lot 393 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £170 (about US$263 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1854 RG, 5 of date over 4, first type, without crossbar to superscript a and broken R in RG (DP-Ca25a), good very fine."

This specimen was lot 396 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £300 (about US$465 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Chihuahua mint, 1864 JC (DP-Ca37), good very fine to extremely fine."

This specimen was lot 402 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,300 (about US$2,014 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Culiacán mint, 1847 CE, repunched '8R' and '184' in date (DP-Cn02), softly struck, extremely fine and clear, rare."

This specimen was lot 403 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £50 (about US$78 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Culiacán mint, 1850 CE (DP-Cn05), some oxidization and surface deposit, very fine to good very fine."

This specimen was lot 404 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £420 (about US$651 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Culiacán mint, 1853 CE, with Sonora cap, variety with error legend reading republica mexigana (DP-Cn08c), weakly struck, very fine to extremely fine."

This specimen was lot 414 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £300 (about US$465 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic / Philippines, 8 reales, Durango mint, 1828 RL (DP-Do05), with Manila countermark crowned Y.II. for Isabel II over Liberty cap (1834-37), about fine. Ex Superior auction, June 1979, lot 2479 (part)."

This specimen was lot 428 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £800 (about US$1,239 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Durango mint, 1864 CP, normal date (DP-Do44b), a couple of tiny metal faults, good extremely fine and rare."

This specimen was lot 431 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £600 (about US$929 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Durango mint, 1867 CP, normal date (though with a die flaw at 7) and assayer (DP-Do49e), rim bruise, good very fine to extremely fine. Ex Guzman Collection."

This specimen was lot 432 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £100 (about US$155 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Durango mint, 1873 CP (DP-Do53), very fine, well toned."

This specimen was lot 433 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £950 (about US$1,471 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Durango mint, 1877 JMP (DP-Do61), a couple of trivial marks, good very fine and evenly toned, rare thus."

This specimen was lot 434 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £180 (about US$279 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Durango mint, 1880 TB, second 8 of date over 7 (DP-Do67a), extremely fine. Ex Zamroa, February 1951."

This specimen was lot 444 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,700 (about US$2,633 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1836 FS (DP-Ga14b), a little softly struck and with light adjustment marks showing on cap, usual die flaws, mint state and blue toned, rare thus."

This specimen was lot 449 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £320 (about US$496 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1856/4 JG (DP-Ga38a), typical weakness of striking, extremely fine or better. Ex Guzman collection."

This specimen was lot 453 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £150 (about US$232 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guadalajara mint, 1882 TB/FS (DP-Ga66), about extremely fine, scarce."

  • [2]Eden, Tom, James Morton, David Kirk and Menelaos Danellis, Morton & Eden sale 104, Ancient Coins and the Mexico Collection, London: Morton & Eden, 2019.

[[Category:Selections from Morton and Eden sale 104]

This specimen was lot 463 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,900 (about US$2,943 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guadalupe y Calvo mint, 1852 MP (DP-GC09), metal flaw at 3 o'clock on reverse, virtually mint state, with rather patchy tone, very rare."

This specimen was lot 464 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £220 (about US$341 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, Facing Eagle Coinage, 8 reales, Guanajuato mint, 1825 JJ, normal mintmark, large J's (DP-Go02b), good very fine, on a broad and slightly misshapen flan."

This specimen was lot 466 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £900 (about US$1,394 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guanajuato mint, 1827 MR, a subvariety with 8 of date repunched over 18 (DP-Go07, note), good extremely fine, lightly toned."

This specimen was lot 467 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £380 (about US$589 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guanajuato mint, 1828 MR, normal date (DP-Go08), minor surface scratch, very fine and toned."

This specimen was lot 471 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £240 (about US$372 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic / Philippines, 8 reales, Guanajuato mint, 1833 MJ, with straight J and one stop after date (DP-Go14b), countermarked on cap with circular crowned Y.II countermark for Isabel II, very fine."

This specimen was lot 478 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £280 (about US$434 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Guanajuato mint, 1855 PF, small letters in legend (DP-Go39), brilliant mint state, rare thus."

This specimen was lot 489 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,200 (about US$1,859 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Hermosillo mint, 1864 FM, wide H in mintmark (DP-Ho04a), centres weakly struck, very fine to good very fine, very rare. Ex Jess Peters, October 1970."

This specimen was lot 491 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £2,400 (about US$3,717 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Hermosillo mint, 1865 FM, stop between F.M. (DP-Ho06), virtually as struck, with usual die flaws in an early state, lightly toned, rare; a choice example of an 1865-dated cap and rays 8 reales."

This specimen was lot 495 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £200 (about US$310 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Mexico City mint, 1842 ML (DP-Mo25), single adjustment mark on eagle's breast, mint state, well toned."

This specimen was lot 497 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £90 (about US$139 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Mexico City mint, 1867 CH/TH (DP-Mo53a), with heavy Japanese chopmarks, very fine, a scarce overassayer’s mark."

This specimen was lot 503 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £240 (about US$372 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Oaxaca mint, 1882 AE (DP-Oa27), mint state, well toned."

This specimen was lot 505 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £140 (about US$217 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Oaxaca mint, 1889 AE (DP-Oa34), well struck, from clashed dies (as noted by Dunigan and Parker), good extremely fine."

This specimen was lot 506 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £150 (about US$232 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Oaxaca mint, 1892 EN (DP-Oa37), light adjustment marks, nearly as struck, well toned."

This specimen was lot 509 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,200 (about US$1,859 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, San Luis Potosí mint, 1849 AM, from misaligned dies in (approximately) medal axis (DP-Pi26a), softly struck on a porous flan showing numerous light surface scratches but with negligible wear, about extremely fine and dark toned, extremely rare."

This specimen was lot 510 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,200 (about US$1,859 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, San Luis Potosí mint, 1849/8 PS/AM (DP-Pi27a), eagle's breast weakly struck, very fine and rare."

This specimen was lot 512 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £600 (about US$929 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, San Luis Potosí mint, 1852 MC, normal assayer's mark (DP-Pi31), virtually mint state, toned."

This specimen was lot 523 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £60 (about US$93 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Zacatecas mint, 1827 AO/AZ (DP-Zs05), centre weak, scratched and with an edge fault, fine."

This specimen was lot 524 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £300 (about US$465 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 reales, Zacatecas mint, 1842 OM, die style of 1842-45, coinage axis (DP-Zs22b), well struck for the issue, minor bagmarks but mint state with much original mint lustre."

This specimen was lot 539 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £200 (about US$310 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 1 escudo, Mexico City mint, 1833 MJ, adjustment marks, good very fine."

This specimen was lot 560 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,800 (about US$2,788 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 escudos, Guadalajara mint, 1830 FS, good very fine to extremely fine, with traces of original mint lustre."

This specimen was lot 561 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £4,000 (about US$6,195 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 escudos, Guadalajara mint, 1845 MC, minor edge bruise at 1 o'clock on reverse, extremely fine and lightly toned, rare."

This specimen was lot 562 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £900 (about US$1,394 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 escudos, Guanajuato mint, 1835 PJ, surface hairlines, otherwise mint state."

This specimen was lot 565 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £3,000 (about US$4,646 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 escudos, Hermosillo mint, 1867 PR, 6 of date possibly over 5, mint state. NGC holder graded MS 63+."

This specimen was lot 569 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £2,600 (about US$4,027 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic, 8 escudos, Oaxaca mint, 1868 AE, choice mint state, lightly toned. Ex Guatemala Hoard. NGC holder graded MS 62."

This specimen was lot 581 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £300 (about US$465 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 5 centavos, San Luis Potosí mint, 1869 S, 1.34 g (KM 397.1), good very fine, very rare."

This specimen was lot 594 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £70 (about US$109 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 10 centavos, San Luis Potosí mint, 1883 H, 2.69 g, metal flaw running through the coin apparently caused by extraneous material in silver alloy, otherwise very fine, rare."

This specimen was lot 634 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £120 (about US$186 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, gold peso, Guanajuato mint, 1895/3 R, struck from clashed dies, some ‘ghosting’ on reverse which has unfortunately been partially polished and also with a small rim nick, otherwise extremely fine [673 pieces dated 1895 struck]."

This specimen was lot 633 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £380 (about US$589 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, gold peso, Guanajuato mint, 1888 R, minimal traces of handling, mint state, very rare [210 pieces struck]."

This specimen was lot 636 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £440 (about US$682 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, gold 1 peso, Zacatecas mint, 1888 Z, mint state, very rare [280 pieces struck]. Ex Pradeau Collection."

This specimen was lot 637 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £3,100 (about US$4,801 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 2½ pesos, Alamos mint, 1888 L, mintmark As over Mo, virtually mint state and extremely rare. NGC holder graded MS 62."

This specimen was lot 639 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,800 (about US$2,788 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 2½ pesos, Guanajuato mint, 1888 R, mintmark Go over Mo, good extremely fine and very rare [110 pieces struck]. NGC holder graded MS 62."

This specimen was lot 640 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £6,000 (about US$9,293 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 2½ pesos, Hermosillo mint, 1888 G, very fine to good very fine, very rare. Ex Pradeau Collection."

This specimen was lot 643 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,700 (about US$2,633 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 5 pesos, Chihuahua mint, 1888 M, 8.48 g, very light traces of solder in milling at the top edge (this remaining after expert removal of a mount which has left the coin itself undamaged), light contact wear but generally better than very fine, extremely rare and the only 5 pesos to have been minted at Chihuahua [120 pieces struck]."

This specimen was lot 647 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £600 (about US$929 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 5 pesos, Guanajuato mint, 1871 S, extremely fine, scarce."

This specimen was lot 648 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,700 (about US$2,633 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 5 pesos, Guanajuato mint, 1887 R, trace of mounting and has been tooled beneath cap, otherwise very fine and very rare [140 pieces struck]."

This specimen was lot 649 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £8,500 (about US$__ including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 5 pesos, Hermosillo mint, 1874 R, a few marks, good fine to very fine, very rare."

This specimen was lot 650 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £400 (about US$620 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 5 pesos, Mexico City mint, 1870 C, good very fine, scarce [550 pieces struck]."

This specimen was lot 654 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £1,500 (about US$2,232 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 10 pesos, Alamos mint, 1885 L, about uncirculated."

This specimen was lot 655 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £7,000 (about US$10,841 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 10 pesos, Culiacán mint, 1888 M, brilliant mint state and strongly prooflike, extremely rare thus [767 pieces struck]. Ex Jess Peters. NGC holder graded MS 64+?PL."

This specimen was lot 656 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £650 (about US$1,007 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 10 pesos, Durango mint, 1876 M, good very fine to extremely fine, scarce."

This specimen was lot 659 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £17,000 (about US$26,329 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 10 pesos, Hermosillo mint, 1874 R, 4 of date formed from a combination of punches, choice mint state, with much original brilliance, the first year of issue at Hermosillo and extremely rare. Ex Superior auction, 12 February 1975, lot 1610. NGC holder graded MS 61."

This specimen was lot 662 in Morton & Eden sale 104 (London, November 2019), where it sold for £5,250 (about US$8,131 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted, "Decimal Coinage, 10 pesos, Oaxaca mint, 1881 E, choice mint state, with original mint lustre and light toning, very rare thus [961 pieces struck]. Ex Jess Peters auction, April 1977. NGC holder graded MS 63+."

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current23:50, 14 November 2019Thumbnail for version as of 23:50, 14 November 20191,000 × 526 (124 KB)Meontko (talk | contribs)This specimen was lot 757 in Sedwick Treasure Auction 26 (Winter Park, FL, November 2019), where it sold for $416.50. The catalog description<sup>[1]</sup> noted, "Santiago, [[Chile], bust 1 real, Charles IV transitional (bust of Charles III, ordinal I...
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