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 Consolacion Coin Jewelry

The Consolacion, a Spanish Armada del Sur (South Sea Armada) galleon, was lost in 1681 after striking a reef near Guayaquil Ecuador.  A delay in receiving silver coins from the mint in Potosi prevented the Santa Maria de la Consolacion from sailing with the rest of the armada from Callao, Chile.  When the lone ship met pirates, the captain decided to ground the Consolacion on Santa Clara island, nicknamed Isla de Muerto (Island of the Dead), but struck a reef in the process.  The vessel was evacuated and intentionally set on fire by the crew to prevent the plunder of treasure; Consolacion coins are thus true pirate treasure coins.

Certificates of Authenticity accompany all Consolacion Shipwreck treasure coins.
View a Consolacion certificate of authenticity issued by New World Treasures, LLC.
View a Consolacion certificate of authenticity issued by Atlantic Treasure Coins, Inc.
View a Consolacion certificate of authenticity issued by Robcar, S.A. (small 3x4 inch plastic sleeved).

 


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Consolacion Shipwreck

 

Item#:  11136
Denomination: 1 real
Mint:  Potosi
Assayer:  E

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  5.7 grams
Diameter:  .85-.95 inches

Price: $595.00  BUY ITEM

 

Pillars-and-waves type 1 real cob, Philip IV or Charles II, circa 1652-1678, Potosi mint, assayer E.  Nice full cross with all lions and castles visible in the cross quadrants along with a hint of the mint mark P at left and assayer mark E at right.  The pillars side details include the top of both pillars with crown above, mint mark P at top left, denomination mark I at top center, one light assayer mark E at top right and a hint of a second mint mark P at bottom right.  Supplied with both the original photo certificate of authenticity issued by Atlantic Treasure Coins, Inc. and a New World Treasures photo certificate of authenticity. Coin is mounted in a 14k gold bezel with fixed bale, and with bezel, is slightly larger than a nickel in size.


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Consolacion Shipwreck

 

Item#:  7395
Denomination: 1 real
Mint:  Potosi
Assayer:  E

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  4.8 grams
Diameter:  .80-.90 inches

Price: $595.00  BUY ITEM

 

Pillars-and-waves type 1 real cob, Philip IV, dated 1673, Potosi mint, assayer E.  Nice pillars side details including the denomination mark I, two partial assayer marks E, one mintmark P, some of the central PLV SVL TRA and bold 73 of the central date 1673.  The cross side has a lot of flatness, thus only one lion is partially visible in the center.  This nice little 1 real Consolacion coin is supplied with both the original photo certificate of authenticity issued by Atlantic Treasure Coins, Inc. and a New World Treasures photo certificate of authenticity.  The coin is mounted in a 14k gold bezel with fixed bale, and with bezel, is slightly larger than a nickel in size.


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Consolacion Shipwreck

 

Item#:  8426
Denomination: 1 real
Mint:  Potosi
Assayer:  E

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  4.3 grams
Diameter:  .80 inches

Price: $495.00  BUY ITEM

 

Pillars-and-waves type 1 real cob, Charles II, dated 1675, Potosi mint, assayer E.  Nice pillars side details including both pillars with the waves below, the denomination mark I at top center, some of the central PLV SVL TRA, central date 1675, muddled assayer mark E at bottom left and one mint mark P at bottom right.  The cross side was struck with the cross offset towards the top right leaving only one lion visible in the lower left cross quadrant.  Supplied with both the original 3x4 inch plastic sleeved small certificate of authenticity issued by Robcar, S.A. and a New World Treasures photo type certificate of authenticity.  Coin is mounted in a heavy 14k gold bezel with fixed bale, and with bezel, is about the size of a nickel.


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Consolacion Shipwreck

 

Item#:  7422
Denomination: 4 reales
Mint:  Potosi
Assayer:  E (Not Visible)

Measurements with 14k gold bezel
Weight:  12.0 grams
Diameter:  1.1-1.2 inches

Price: $695.00  BUY ITEM

 

Pillars-and-waves type 4 reales cob, Charles II, dated 1678, Potosi mint, assayer E per date but not visible.  Nice pillars side details with a bold denomination mark 4, most of the central PLV SVL TRA and central date 1678 visible.  Light, but nearly full cross with most of the denomination mark 4 above and the lions and castles ever so lightly visible in the cross quadrants.  Supplied with a New World Treasures photo certificate of authenticity.  Mounted in a 14k gold bezel with fixed bale, and with bezel, is about the size of a half dollar.

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