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* 13341: [[Guatemala 1807-NG M 1/2 real]]
 
* 13341: [[Guatemala 1807-NG M 1/2 real]]
 
* 13345: [[Mexico 1807-Mo TH 1/2 real]]
 
* 13345: [[Mexico 1807-Mo TH 1/2 real]]
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* 13353: [[Mexico 1808-Mo TH 1/2 real]]
 
* 13357: [[Chile 1808-So FJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 13357: [[Chile 1808-So FJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 13358: [[Bolivia 1808-PTS PJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 13358: [[Bolivia 1808-PTS PJ 1/2 real]]
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=== one real ===
 
=== one real ===
 
* 13379: [[Peru 1791-L IJ real]]
 
* 13379: [[Peru 1791-L IJ real]]
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* 15039: [[Guatemala 1808-NG M 1/2 real]] bust of Ch. IV
 
* 15039: [[Guatemala 1808-NG M 1/2 real]] bust of Ch. IV
 
* 15041: [[Peru 1808-L JP 1/2 real KM-103.1]]
 
* 15041: [[Peru 1808-L JP 1/2 real KM-103.1]]
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* 15048: [[Mexico 1809-Mo TH 1/2 real]]
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* 15050: [[Guatemala 1810-NG M 1/2 real]]
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* 15051: [[Peru 1810-L JP 1/2 real]]
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* 15054: [[Mexico 1810-Mo HJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15055: [[Colombia 1810-NR JJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15056: [[Colombia 1810-P JF 1/2 real]]
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* 15060: [[Guatemala 1811-NG M 1/2 real]]
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* 15062: [[Peru 1811-L JP 1/2 real]]
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* 15063: [[Mexico 1811-Mo HJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15065: [[Zacatecas 1811 1/2 real KM-181]] "LVO"
 
* 15068: [[Cartagena 1812 1/2 real]] copper
 
* 15068: [[Cartagena 1812 1/2 real]] copper
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* 15072: [[Guatemala 1812-NG M 1/2 real]]
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* 15073: [[Peru 1812-L JP 1/2 real]]
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* 15074: [[Mexico 1812-Mo HJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15078: [[Colombia 1812-NR JF 1/2 real]] mintmark "MR"
 
* 15078: [[Colombia 1812-NR JF 1/2 real]] mintmark "MR"
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* 15081: [[Sombrerete 1812 1/2 real]]
 
* 15089: [[Guatemala 1813-NG M 1/2 real]]
 
* 15089: [[Guatemala 1813-NG M 1/2 real]]
 
* 15096: [[Mexico 1813-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15096: [[Mexico 1813-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15102: [[Popayan 1813 1/2 real]] copper
 
* 15102: [[Popayan 1813 1/2 real]] copper
 
* 15103: [[Chile 1813-So FJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15103: [[Chile 1813-So FJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15111: [[Mexico 1814-Ga MR 1/2 real]]
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* 15114: [[Guatemala 1814-NG M 1/2 real]]
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* 15117: [[Mexico 1814-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15121: [[Mexico 1815-Ga MR 1/2 real]]
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* 15127: [[Mexico 1815-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15137: [[Mexico 1816-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15137: [[Mexico 1816-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15141: [[Chile 1816-So FJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15141: [[Chile 1816-So FJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15146: [[Spain 1817-M GJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15146: [[Spain 1817-M GJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15148: [[Mexico 1817-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15148: [[Mexico 1817-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15150: [[Chile 1817-So FI 1/2 real]]
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* 15155: [[Peru 1818-L JP 1/2 real]]
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* 15157: [[Mexico 1818-Mo JJ 1/2 real]] 1818/7 overdate
 
* 15159: [[Colombia 1818-NR FJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15159: [[Colombia 1818-NR FJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15160: [[Bolivia 1818-PTS PJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15165: [[Mexico 1819-Mo JJ 1/2 real]] 1819/8 overdate
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* 15169: [[Bolivia 1819-PTS PJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15173: [[Peru 1820-L JP 1/2 real]]
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* 15175: [[Mexico 1820-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15179: [[Guatemala 1821-NG M 1/2 real]]
 
* 15179: [[Guatemala 1821-NG M 1/2 real]]
 
* 15181: [[Mexico 1821-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15181: [[Mexico 1821-Mo JJ 1/2 real]]
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* 15199: [[Spain 1832-M AJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15199: [[Spain 1832-M AJ 1/2 real]]
 
* 15200: [[Spain 1833-M JI 1/2 real]]
 
* 15200: [[Spain 1833-M JI 1/2 real]]
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=== one real ===
 
=== one real ===
 
* 15205: [[Guatemala 1808-NG M real]] proclamation medal
 
* 15205: [[Guatemala 1808-NG M real]] proclamation medal

Revision as of 23:38, 30 July 2020

Contents

Alfonso VIII of Castile, 1158-1214

Pedro I of Castile and Leon, 1350-69

Enrique II of Castile and Leon, 1369-79

Juan II of Castile and Leon, 1406-54

Enrique IV of Castile and Leon, 1454-74

Juan II of Aragon, 1453-64

Alfonso IV of Aragon

Enrique IV of Castile and Leon, pretender in Catalonia 1462-64

René of Anjou, pretender in Aragon 1466-70

Alfonso II of Aragon, king of Mallorca, 1458-79

Fernando V of Aragon, 1479-1516

Ferdinand (1479-1516) and Isabella (1474-1504)

Juana and Carlos I, 1506-16

Fernando of Aragon served as regent for Juana and Carlos until his death in 1516. Most of the coinage attributed to Juana and Carlos was struck after 1516.

Carlos I, 1516-58

Felipe II, 1556-98

Felipe III, 1598-1621

Felipe IV, 1621-65

one real

eight reales

one escudo

Lluís XIII of France, count of Barcelona 1641-43

Lluís XIV of France, count of Barcelona 1643-59

Carlos II, 1665-1700

eight reales

one escudo

pretender Carlos III of Austria, 1705-12

Felipe V, 1700-46

copper issues

half reales

one reales

two reales

four reales

eight reales

half escudo

one escudo

two escudos

four escudos

eight escudos

Luis I, 1724

Fernando VI, 1746-59

half real

one real

two reales

four reales

eight reales

half escudo

one escudo

two escudos

four escudos

eight escudos

Carlos III, 1759-88

copper issues

half real

one real

two reales

four reales

eight reales

half escudo

one escudo

two escudos

four escudos

eight escudos

Carlos IV, 1788-1808

copper

quarter real

half real

one real

two reales

four reales

eight reales

half escudo

one escudo

two escudos

four escudos

eight escudos

José Napoleon (1808-13)

Fernando VII (1808-33)

copper

quarter real

half real

one real

two reales

four reales

eight reales

half escudo

one escudo

two escudos

four escudos

eight escudos

Carlos V (pretender, 1833-40)

Isabel II (1833-68)

copper

silver

gold

first republic (1868-71)

Amadeo I (1870-73)

Carlos VII (pretender, 1872-75)

Alfonso XII (1874-85)

Philippines

Alfonso XIII (1886-1931)

  • Cayón, Adolfo, Clemente Cayón and Juan Cayón, Las Monedas Españolas, del Tremis al Euro: del 411 a Nuestros Dias, 2 volumes, Madrid: Cayón-Jano S.L., 2005.
  • Calicó, Xavier, Numismática Española: Catálogo General con Precios de Todas las Monedas Españolas Acuñadas desde Los Reyes Católicos Hasta Juan Carlos I, 1474 a 2001, Barcelona: Aureo & Calicó, 2008.