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Unidentified 1800s wreck off Africa

S.S. Folcon, sunk in 1851 off Newfoundland, Canada

Uncertain mints

Great Britain

619. London, England, copper half penny, George I, 1723. SP3660. KM-557. 8.1 grams. Quite worn (Good) but negligible corrosion, some dark tone, scarce provenance. With hand-signed Robillard photo-certificate. Estimate: $75 - $110 617. Clump of Spanish or Spanish colonial bust 8 reales of Ferdinand VII. 152 grams. As clusters go, this is an absolutely beautiful specimen, with white and pink coral tinged with green over at least 80 percent of the surfaces, most of the coins well eroded but with FERDIN visible on the top coin, just a shame there is not more known about its provenance. With Sedwick certificate from 2003. Estimate: $250 - $375

Cabalva, sunk in 1818 in the Indian Ocean 620. London, England, copper half penny, George III, 1806. SP-3781. KM-662. 8.8 grams. Nice details despite wear (About Fine) but no corrosion, dark toning, scarce provenance. With handsigned Robillard photo-certificate. Estimate: $75 - $110

Madrid, Spain

S.S. Central America, sunk in 1857 off North Carolina Santiago, Chile 618. Bust 8 reales, Ferdinand VII, 1815GJ. CT-504. Cay-15953. 22.6 grams. Moderate corrosion but all details clear (Fine), scarce issue and provenance. With original certificate from the salvagers. Estimate: $100 - $150

621. 50 centavos, 1853, encapsulated PCGS “Certified”. KM128. Eagle on obverse, arms in wreath on reverse, lustrous XF with veneer of corrosion on less than half the surface, highly promoted shipwreck. Estimate: $350 - $525 622. 50 centavos, 1855, encapsulated PCGS “Certified”. KM128. As above, no corrosion but stained VF, popular wreck. Estimate: $350 - $525

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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