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Bredenhof (1753) and others Dutch and British East India Comapnies

577. Cob 8 reales, 1752q. S-P52. KM-40. 24.5 grams. Choice full pillars with bold date, bold and full but sea-worn cross (as is typical). With original certificate #108 from the salvager (1996). Estimate: $200 - $300

Auguste, sunk in 1761 off Nova Scotia, Canada France

575. Copper coins from three different sources: Dutch East India Co. duit 1752 from the Bredenhof (1753); Dutch East India Co. duit 1790 from the “Galle Harbor treasure”; and English East India Co. XX cash 1808 from the Admiral Gardner. 9.1, 2.9 and 2.6 grams. Three attractive, albeit inexpensive, copper coins from shipwrecks, the two duits with a tiny bit of corrosion but the XX cash nearly pristine. The Bredenhof coin with original certificate from the salvagers and the “Galle Harbor” coin with generic letter. Estimate: $50 - $75 578. Limoges, ecu, 1726-I KM-486.10. 27.8 grams. Nice details but typically weak bust (mostly worn), attractive reverse, black and brown toning, no corrosion. With Sedwick certificate. Estimate: $200 - $300

Dodington, sunk in 1755 off South Africa Potosí, Bolivia

Cazador, sunk in 1784 off Louisiana Mexico City, Mexico

576. Cob 8 reales, 1751q, mounted in 14K gold bezel for pendant. S-P52. KM-40. 28.9 grams. Crudely worn on cross side and pitted on pillars side, as is typical for this wreck, with bold denomination, two full mintmarks, two partial dates, one choice pillar, richly toned. With 1998(?) photo-certificate from Treasure Island at the Mirage (Las Vegas). Estimate: $250 - $375

579. Bust 8 reales, Charles III, 1783FF. CT-933. KM-106.2. 24.7 grams. Choice specimen with full XF details, no corrosion, part of edge slightly crude (as made), some dark spots on bust. With original Grumpy partnership certificate #17104. Estimate: $150 - $225

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Treasure and World Coin Auction # 4  

Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC. Treasure and World Coin Auction # 4 November 2008

Treasure and World Coin Auction # 4  

Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC. Treasure and World Coin Auction # 4 November 2008