Pirate & Shipwreck Treasure Coins
The wreck of the Consolacion in 1681
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.
Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity & history.
Treasure from the wreck of the Consolacion. 1 reale silver cob, dated 1675E, Potosi, Bolivia mint. 19x20 mm, 2.92 grams. Recovered from: Consolacion, sunk in 1681 off Isla Santa Clara, Ecuador. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2180: $275


From the wreck of the Consolacion, dated 1679. A beautiful 1-reale silver cob. Nice pillars and waves, clear date. Nice cross with lions and castles on back. Interesting shape! 19 mm, 2.07 g.
ex-North Carolina private collection. #CS2095: $299


From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Excellent 2-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD), Potosi mint, Bolivia. Shield with coat-of-arms / Cross with castles & lions. 27x22 mm, 2.68 g. Nice gray toning, with great character. With original certificate from the salvagers. #CS2173: $350

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Huge 44x36 mm, 23.43 grams! Dark gray toning. #CS2164: $350

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Massive 36 mm, 25.82 grams! Registration #37183. Comes with hard-bound informational booklet/certificate shown at right. --> #CS2022: $450

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Lovely 2-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD), Potosi mint, Bolivia. Shield with coat-of-arms / Cross with castles & lions. 26 mm, 3.64 g. Incredible cross! ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2331: $375

Treasure from the "Rill Cove shipwreck, sunk in 1618 off the coast of Cornwall, England. Great silver 2-reale Cob struck under Philip III of Spain (1598-1621 AD). Shield with coat-of-arms / Cross with castles & lions. 20 mm, 5.16 g. Nice detail, light gray toning. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2330: $299


Treasure from the wreck of the Consolacion. 1 reale silver cob, dated 1652, Potosi, Bolivia mint. Rare "transitional" type, ref: McLean type V. 19x20 mm, 2.33 g. Beautiful detail, nice patina. Recovered from: Consolacion, sunk in 1681 off Isla Santa Clara, Ecuador. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2332: $350

Treasure from the wreck of the Consolacion. 1 reale silver cob, dated 1665, Potosi, Bolivia mint. Dated in 3 places! 18x25 mm, 2.76 g. Beautiful detail. Recovered from: Consolacion, sunk in 1681 off Isla Santa Clara, Ecuador. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2333: $350

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1649. Shield & cross, the cross and lions sharp and striking! Unidentified countermark on cross. Large 40x37 mm, 20.40 g. #NAV126: $399 SOLD

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1652. Pillars-and-waves & cross. 39x37 mm, 23.05 g. Great detail, nice grey toning. Lots of character! Pedigreed to the Rob McClung collection. #NAV131: $550

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1652. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms (castles & lions) / Pillars and waves, "8" and date between. Big 38 mm, 17.81 g. Pedigreed to the Roberto Mastalir collection, #IV.1-A.ad1(6)2 in his book (page 91). ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2377: $450


From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1652. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms (castles & lions) / Pillars and waves, "8" and date between. Big 39 mm, 19.50 g. Pedigreed to the Roberto Mastalir collection, #IV.1-A.dd(5)3 in his book (page 298), and pedigreed to the Rob McClung collection. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Excellent! #CS2378: $750

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1652. Cross with castles & lions / Pillars and waves, "8" and date between. Big 39 mm, 22.94 g. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Beautiful cross! #CS2379: $650


From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1652. Cross with castles & lions / Pillars and waves, "8" and date between. Big 39 mm, 21.10 g. Pedigreed to the Roberto Mastalir collection, #VIII.1-B.aa.x1(1)1 in his book (page 217). ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2380: $499

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1653. Cross with castles & lions / Pillars and waves, "8" and date between. 37 mm, 19.43 g. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Very nice! #CS2381: $650

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck 1653. Cross with castles & lions / Pillars and waves, "8" and date between. Huge 39 mm, 27.20 g. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Excellent! #CS2382: $750

From the wreck of the Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas, sunk off Grand Bahama Island in 1656 with tremendous loss of life. Large silver "piece of Eight" struck 1654, Mexico City mint. Great shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms, with "8" / Cross with castles and lions. Huge 41x38 mm, 25.45 g. With Marex certificate and tag #1660. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2383: $599

From the wreck of the Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas, sunk off Grand Bahama Island in 1656 with tremendous loss of life. Large silver "piece of Eight" struck c. 1654, Mexico City mint. Nice shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with castles and lions.
36 mm, 24.33 g. With Marex certificate and tag #1774. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Incredible shape! #CS2384: $550

Treasure from an unidentified c. 1671 wreck in Seville harbor, Spain. Huge 8-reale silver cob "Piece of Eight", Potosi, Bolivia mint, dated 1670E. Good cross, nice pillars with "8", two dates and assayers, three mintmarks. Big 38 mm, 26.14 g. Nice light gray toning. With photo-certificate. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2386: $550

1715 Fleet! Nice large 8-reale silver cob from the wrecks of the 1715 fleet off the coast of Florida. Mexico City mint, under Charles II. Full final digit "0" of date visible (hence probably 1680, possibly 1690). Nice coin with good shield and cross. 35x41 mm, 23.62 g. Gray toning. Reportedly from the Colored Beach wreck site, with Cobb Coin Co. (Fisher) certificate. #CS2387: $399

1715 Fleet! Nice large 8-reale silver cob from the wrecks of the 1715 fleet off the coast of Florida. Mexico City mint, under Charles II. Great coin with nice shield and cross. Deeply toned all over. 37 mm, 24.94 grams. With photo-certificate. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Nice! #CS2388: $450

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. 37 mm, 18.24 g. Graded Fine, with large leatherette certificate "book", shipwreck inventory number 17989. #CS2391: $350

From the wreck of the Piedmont, sunk in 1795 off Dorset, England. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" dated 1676E. Pillars & waves with crisp "8" / Cross with Spanish coat-of-arms. 4-digit 2nd date in legend. Huge 39 mm, 22.87 g. With photo-certificate. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Excellent! #CS2389: $650


From the wreck of the Piedmont, sunk in 1795 off Dorset, England ("Lyme Bay wreck"). Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" dated 1678E. Pillars & waves with crisp "8" / Cross with Spanish coat-of-arms. Huge 39 mm, 24.51 g. Pedigreed to the Charles Eidel collection, with certificate ("Lyme Bay wreck"). ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. Gorgeous! #CS2390: $650

From the wreck of the Nuestra Senora de las Maravillas, sunk off Grand Bahama Island in 1656 with tremendous loss of life. Small silver 1-Reale struck c. 1654, Mexico City mint. Rare denomination from this wreck! Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with castles and lions. 23 mm, 2.87 g. With Marex certificate and tag #0661. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2385: $350

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Lovely 2-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD), Potosi mint, Bolivia. Shield with coat-of-arms / Cross with castles & lions. 24 mm, 5.32 g. Crisp detail. With original certificate from the salvagers. #CS2172: $299 SOLD

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Cross with two castles and lions / Spanish royal coat-of-arms. Set into custom silver bezel. Large 42 mm diameter. With original, hand-signed Burt Webber certificate. #CS2132: $599

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Cross with two castles and lions / Spanish royal coat-of-arms. Set into custom silver bezel. Large 46x42 mm diameter. With original, hand-signed Burt Webber certificate. #CS2133: $650

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Cross with two castles and lions / Spanish royal coat-of-arms. Set into custom silver bezel. Large 44x40 mm diameter. With original, hand-signed Burt Webber certificate. #CS2134: $650

1715 Fleet! Nice large 8-reale silver cob from the wrecks of the 1715 fleet off the coast of Florida. Set in custom sterling silver bezel. Great coin with nice shield and good cross with Spanish coat-of-arms. With original salvage certificate #106717. 46x37 mm. #CS2043: $425


Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. 41x34 mm, 26.72 g. With original, hand-signed Burt Webber certificate. #CS2140: $475

Treasure from the "Lucayan Beach Wreck". Spanish galleon sunk c. 1628 off Grand Bahama Island. Marvelous large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Huge 40 mm (over 1 1/2") and 24.48 grams! ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL; ex-Bahamas private collection. Nice detail! Full color certificate. #CS2166: $599


Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Set into custom silver bezel with chain. Dia: 35 mm (1 3/8"), chain 18" long. ex-International Coins & Currency. Nice! #CS2162: $650

Shipwreck treasure coin, set in custom 18K gold bezel. Spanish 1-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD). Cross with castles & lions / Shield with coat-of-arms. Measures 21 mm, weighs 4.91 grams total. From an unknown shipwreck off Grand Cayman Island. Purchased at Venture Gallery, Grand Cayman. Beautiful! #JN2169: $399

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic huge silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight", set into a stunning modern .925 silver bezel. This coin is referred-to as "America's first silver dollar"! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783. Huge 42 mm diameter, weighs 32.51 grams (total). Coin ex-Robin Danziger, New York. Awesome! #CS2111: $650

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic huge silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight", set into a stunning modern .925 silver bezel. This coin is referred-to as "America's first silver dollar"! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783. Huge 42 mm diameter, weighs 31.85 grams (total). Coin ex-Robin Danziger, New York. A great show-piece! #CS2112: $650

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. 41 mm, 25.28 g. With original, hand-signed Burt Webber certificate. #CS2138: $450

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. 38x36 mm, 25.51 g. With original, hand-signed Burt Webber certificate. #CS2139: $425

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Huge 40 mm, 26.94 g. ex-J. Saltsman, Louisville, KY. #CS2326: $450


Treasure from the wreck of Sao Jose, sunk in 1622. Mexico City, Mexico, large silver 8 reale cob struck under Philip III, assayer D. Crude due to corrosion (broad flan originally), good shield and cross, nice toning. Big 37x42 mm, 18.32 grams. With original certificate. Recovered from the wreck of Sao Jose, sunk in 1622 off Mozambique, east of Africa. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2328: $299

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". America's first silver dollar! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783, Slabbed and certified by NGC. Coin a huge 38 mm! ex-Robin Danziger, New York. Very cool piece of history. #CS2104: $499

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". America's first silver dollar! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783, Slabbed and certified by NGC. Coin a huge 38 mm! ex-Robin Danziger, New York. Very cool piece of history. #CS2109: $450

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". America's first silver dollar! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783, Slabbed and certified by NGC. Coin a huge 38 mm! ex-Robin Danziger, NY. Very cool piece of history. #CS2107: $325 SOLD

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". America's first silver dollar! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Huge 40 mm, 23.67 grams and thick. Very cool. #CS2099: $425
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"Pirate" coin. Nice Spanish silver reale, struck under Philip II of Spain (1598-1621 AD), Seville mint. Not a shipwreck coin but an excellent example of the type, struck during the Golden Age of piracy in Spain. Depicts a shield with the Spanish royal coat-of-arms, crown above / Large cross with castles and lions. 23 mm, 3.40 g. Beautiful detail, light grey patina. ex-Seville, Spain collection. #CS2348: $150 SOLD

"Pirate" coin. Nice Spanish silver reale, Potosi mint, dated 1680. Not a shipwreck coin but the exact type excavated from the wreck of the Consolacion c. 1681. A beautiful example of the type, struck during the Golden Age of piracy in Spain. Depicts two pillars and waves, inscription and date within / Cross with castles and lions. 24 mm, 3.07 g. #CS2349: $150

Dutch Colonial Duit, VOC, dated 1753. Dutch East Indies Trading Company-issued coinage, also known as a New York penny (New York was once called New Amsterdam). The type was circulated throughout the world during Colonial America, however there is no evidence that this coin was ever used in the Americas. Large VOC monogram, shield and 2 pellets above, date below / Two lions with large shield, crown above. 22 mm, 3.13 g. Lovely surfaces and nice detail! (NOT from a shipwreck). #CM2319: $99

SPECIAL! $10 - $45 Spanish Copper "Pirate" Coins!


Large Spanish copper cob. "Pirate Money" of Philippe IV, 1605-1665 AD. One side countermarked BX with crown, the other with "BAS" under crown, the letter S with an "I" running through it, indicitave of the early dollar sign adopted by the United States. Several other counterstamps on both sides. Very cool coin. Huge 30 mm, 4.94 g. Great green patina with earthen highlights. #CS2192: $125

Spanish copper 2-maravedis "cob", dated 1680. "Pirate Money" of Carlos II, 1665-1700 AD. Castle within shield with crown, CAROLVS II DG around / Lion within shield with crown, HISPANIARVM REX, date "1680" on edge. 20x19 mm, 5.33 g. Olive-green patina with heavy earthen deposits. #CS2073: $99


Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money". Two-maravedis copper coin of Philippe III, 1598-1621 AD. Segovia mint, dated 1603. Castle, inscription "PHILIPPVS III D.G" / Lion, inscription "+ HISPANIARVM REX 1603". Aqueduct mintmark. 16mm, 1.60g. ref: Cayon 4225; KM #3. Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. #CS2232: $75

Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money". Two-maravedis copper coin of Philippe III, 1598-1621 AD. Segovia mint, dated 1603. Castle, inscription "PHILIPPVS III D.G" / Lion, inscription "+ HISPANIARVM REX 1603". Aqueduct mintmark. 16mm, 1.63g. ref: Cayon 4225; KM #3. Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. #CS2224: $75

Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money" of Philip IV (1621-1665 AD).
Copper 4 Maravedis coin struck in 1664, Madrid mint. Bust of Philip right, PHILLIPVS IIII D G / Shield with castle, value to right, HISPANIARVM REX. 16mm, 0.91g. ref: Cayon 5261; KM #160. Nice portrait with sharp detail. #CS2229: $75

Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money" of Philip IV (1621-1665 AD).
Copper 2 Maravedis "cob", Burgos mint. Lion rampant left / Castle, mint mark B to left, value II to right. 16mm, 1.36g. Cf. Cayon 5109. Black patina, light earthen deposits. #CS2230: $75

Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money". Two-maravedis copper "cob" of Philippe III, 1598-1621 AD. Castle, inscription "PHILIPPVS III D.G" / Lion, inscription "+ HISPANIARVM REX". 16 mm, 1.27 g. Good detail, nice patina, earthen highlights. #CS2186: $75



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Copper coins recovered from the shipwreck of the HMS Admiral Gardner, sunk in early 1809.

Nice copper "X Cash" coins minted by the East India Company in 1808. The Admiral Gardner had just left port from England bound for India, filled with supplies for the East India Company's overseas operations when she went down in a storm in the English Channel in 1809. This coin was discovered, along with the ship, nearly 200 years later.

obv: Coat of Arms awarded to the East India Company by the English Crown in 1698, "EAST INDIA COMPANY 1808" around / rev: Persian inscription of value in the diplomatic language of Mughal, India - "X or 10 Cash" - an equivalent of 3/4 farthing in 1808.


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Admiral Gardner shipwreck coin,East India Company 1808.
Coat of Arms / Mughal Persian inscription - "X or 10 Cash." Average 26 mm diameter. Will send best available. #10001: $50 each

Admiral Gardner shipwreck coin, East India Company 1808.
Coat of Arms with date / Mughal Persian inscription - "X Cash"
26 mm diameter, nice dark patina. #CS2075: $125

Admiral Gardner shipwreck coin, East India Company 1808.
Coat of Arms with date / Mughal Persian inscription - "X Cash"
26 mm diameter, nice dark patina. #CS2077: $125

Admiral Gardner. XX Cash coins. Huge! Coat of Arms, "EAST INDIA COMPANY 1808" around / Mughal Persian inscription - "XX or 20 Cash." Each a whopping 30 -31 mm, around 8.3 - 9 grams. Ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick galleries, Florida. #DS1102: $99 each.

Admiral Gardner shipwreck coin,East India Company 1808.
Coat of Arms / Mughal Persian inscription - "X or 10 Cash."
26 mm diameter. Ex- London Coin Galleries. Set in custom silver bezel. 27 mm dia. Nice! #24373x2: $175
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Admiral Gardner shipwreck coin, East India Company 1808.
Coat of Arms with date / Mughal Persian inscription - "X Cash"
26 mm diameter, nice dark patina. #CS2078: $125


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Admiral Gardner shipwreck coin,East India Company 1808.
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East India Company Pistol!

East India Company Pistol! Pistol used by the British during the height of imperial supremacy and piracy on the "seven seas". Pattern 1858 Cavalry Service India pistol dated 1867. This gun saw a lot of use for a very long period of time. A .65 caliber EIG East India Company percussion pistol with barrel, lock, trigger and hammer in white metal; trigger guard, butt, and ramrod keeper in brass. Lockplate stamped with a Crown and "EIG", the date 1867 and "Birmingham". The pistol is complete with capture rod and lanyard ring. The trigger maintains a strong pull. The stock has been refinished and the metal is a bit pitted and rough, common for metal which has seen extended use in salty sea air. A fantastic piece with rich history! Ex-Heritage Auctions. Ref.: R.E. Brooker British Military Pistols 1603-1888, page 105 fig 116, and C. H. Roads The British Soldier's Firearm, page 115 fig 229-230. #52632x2: $2600 SOLD

Spanish, late 17th - early 18th century AD. Extremely rare signal cannon! Cast of bronze, this was used to communicate from ships to land, and worked just like a large cannon but in miniature. Nicely polished with excellent surfaces. Small "sight" grooves above fuse-hole and at tip of barrel. One "lug" handle broken off in antiquity. A true artifact from a Spanish galleon from the height of the treasure trade and piracy. Ex-Don Elder collection, Sarasota FL, acquired from a Texas estate. Very rare! Measures 3-7/8" long. #SC8-12773: $525 SOLD


From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Great 2-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD), Potosi mint, Bolivia. Shield with coat-of-arms / Cross with castles & lions. 21x22 mm, 3.84 g. Great detail with nice contrast. With original certificate from the salvagers. #CS2171: $299 SOLD


Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Mounted with silver loop with chain. Gunmetal-gray patina. Dia: 34 mm (1 3/8"), chain 18" long. ex-International Coins & Currency. #CS2161: $599 SOLD

From the shipwreck of the HMS Colossus, sunk in 1798 off the Scilly Isles, southwest of England. Excellent large iron grapeshot (basically a small iron cannonball). Well-preserved, its rusty surfaces stabilized inside a clear coating. 1 3/8" diameter. The Colossus was home-bound from the Mediterranean, loaded with wounded soldiers. She anchored at the Isles of Scilly during a severe storm but was torn away and sunk. Salvaged by Roland Morris in the 1960's and 1970's. With certificate from the salvagers. #DS71957: $499 SOLD


Hoard of Spanish copper "Pirate" coins from the 1600's, found in Spain. Mostly very worn but with some visible detail. I will send the best available specimen(s)! #CS2152G: $25 each

From the wreck of the Consolacion, dated 1679. Nice 8-reale silver cob "Piece of Eight." Good pillars and "8", nice cross on back. 38 mm, 21.42 g. Gorgeous coin, terrible photo! #CS2019: $375 SOLD


Treasure from the wreck of the Consolacion. 1 reale silver cob, dated 1675+65E, Potosi, Bolivia mint. Rare! 20 mm, 3.25 grams. Three dates, including full 4-digit date in legend and 75 between pillars, 65 below full cross. With ROBCAR photo-certificate #MO15084. Recovered from: Consolacion, sunk in 1681 off Isla Santa Clara, Ecuador. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. #CS2178: $299 SOLD

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". America's first silver dollar! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783, Slabbed and certified by NGC. Coin a huge 38 mm! ex-Robin Danziger, NY. Very cool piece of history. #CS2108: $499 SOLD

Treasure from the wreck of the Capitana. MASSIVE 8-reale silver cob "Piece of Eight", dated (16)5(1-2)E, with crowned-F countermark on shield. Encapsulated NGC Genuine: Capitana shipwreck. S-P36; KM-19b. Enormous 41 mm! Recovered from: Capitana, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. (Can send better photo on request). Large coin in archival graded slab. #CS2170: $650 SOLD

Treasure from the wreck of the Capitana. Large 8-reale silver cob "Piece of Eight", dated 1651O, with crown countermark on cross. Encapsulated NGC Genuine: Capitana shipwreck. S-P35; KM-19b; CT-510. Big 39 mm! Recovered from: Capitana, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. ex-Daniel Frank Sedwick, FL. (Can send better photo on request). Large coin in archival graded slab.
#CS2169: $650
SOLD

Treasure from the wreck of the Concepcion, sunk at the Silver Shoals, Abrojos Reef in the Florida Straits in 1641. Large silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight" struck c. 1640, Mexico mint. Shield with Spanish royal coat-of-arms / Cross with two castles and lions. Set into custom silver bezel with chain. Dia: 33 mm (1 1/4"), chain 18" long. ex-International Coins & Currency. #CS2157: $575 SOLD

From the wreck of the Capitana (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), Captain's ship for the South Seas fleet, sunk in 1654 off Chanduy, Ecuador. The largest treasure loss ever experienced by the Spanish fleet. Great 2-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD), Potosi mint, Bolivia. Shield with coat-of-arms / Cross with castles & lions. 21x22 mm, 3.84 g. Great detail with nice contrast. With original certificate from the salvagers. #CS2171: $299 SOLD

From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight". America's first silver dollar! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783, Slabbed and certified by NGC. Coin a huge 38 mm! ex-Robin Danziger, NY. Very cool piece of history. #CS2105: $499 SOLD