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* [[Barcelona 1707 2 reales|1707 2 reales, for pretender Charles III]]
 
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Revision as of 10:46, 2 August 2020

Spain and Portugal in 1812, from Gardiner's atlas, c. 1905

Note on Spanish Mints

  • Mint name abbreviations used below are as follows: M = Madrid, S = Seville, Seg = Segovia, Ca = Cuenca, C = Cadiz, Ba = Barcelona, J,Ja = Jubia, PP = Pamplona, V = Valencia. With the exception of Segovia, which used an aqueduct, these correspond to the mintmarks on the actual coins.

One maravedi

Two maravedis

Four maravedis

Eight maravedis

16 maravedis

Half real

bust type

One real

bust type

Two reales

bust type

Four reales

bust type

Eight reales

bust type

Ten reales de vellon

Twenty reales de vellon

50 reales (cincuentin)

80 reales de vellon

160 reales de vellon

320 reales de vellon

Half escudo

Philip V

Ferdinand VI

Charles III

Charles IV

Ferdinand VII

One escudo

bust type

Two escudos

bust type

Four escudos

bust type

Eight escudos

Philip V

Ferdinand VI

Charles III

Charles IV

Ferdinand VII