Mexico 1852-Do JMR 8 reales

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Heritage sale 3010, lot 22966
photo courtesy Heritage Auction Galleries

The Durango mint was a prolific producer of eight reales in the early years of the Republic but political difficulties reduced its output after 1848. Assayer CP is also noted for 1852 and is considerably scarcer than this issue. The Durango mint increased its output after 1858 and most of the later issues before its closure in 1895 are common. This specimen was lot 22966 in Heritage sale 3010 (Boston, August 2010), where it sold for $322. The catalog description[1] noted, "Republic 8 Reales 1852 Do-JMR, choice XF, strong reverse for this earlier date."

Recorded mintage: unknown.

Specification: 27.07 g, .903 fine silver, .786 troy oz ASW.

Catalog reference: KM 377.4.

Source:

  • Buttrey, T. V., and Clyde Hubbard, A Guide Book of Mexican Coins, 1822 to date, 6th ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 1992.
  • Dunigan, Mike, and J. B. Parker, Resplandores: Cap and Ray 8 Reales of The Republic of Mexico, 1823-1897, Beverly Hills, CA: Superior Stamp & Coin, 1997.
  • Harper, David C., ed., North American Coins & Prices: A Guide to U. S., Canadian and Mexican Coins, 17th Ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2007.
  • Elizondo, Carlos A., Eight Reales and Pesos of the New World, San Antonio, TX: 1968.
  • Raymond, Wayte, The Silver Dollars of North and South America, 2nd Ed., Racine, WI: Whitman Publishing, 1964.
  • [1]Tucker, Warren, Scott Cordry and John Kraljevich, Heritage Sale 3010: World Coins, Dallas, TX: Heritage Auction Galleries, 2010.

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