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Netherlands (United)

Peru Colonial bust-type

831. Campen, “lion” daalder (leeuwendaalder), 1664. DM-862. 27.3 grams. Beautifully detailed full lion, some bold legend, very weak date, lightly toned VF. Estimate: $100 - $150

834. Lima, 2 reales, Charles IV, 1802IJ. CT-949. KM-95. 6.1 grams. Toned Fine, competent for grade. Estimate: $35 - $50

Philippines (Spanish)

Netherlands West Indies

832. Utrecht, ¼ gulden, 1794. KM-2. 2.6 grams. Attractive 1real-sized coin with crowned arms, denomination and W (to denote West Indies) on obverse, standing figure on reverse above 1794 date in exergue, nicely toned AXF. Estimate: $125 - $185

Panama

835. Peso, crowned Y•II• countermark (1834-1837) on a Lima, Peru (Republic), 8 reales of 1834. CT-451. KM- 28.6 grams. AVF with lots of contrast, the countermark standing for Isabel II of Spain. Estimate: $60 - $90

Spain

833. Panama City, 25 centésimos, 1904. KM-4. 12.5 grams. Halfdollar-sized coin with Balboa on obverse and arms on reverse, lustrous AU with subtle rainbow toning, nick in field in front of face. It is interesting to note that over a third of the mintage of this coin’s larger cousin, the 50 centésimos, was melted in 1931 to make new 1 Balboa coins at the San Francisco mint. Estimate: $50 - $75

836. Granada, 2 reales, Ferdinand-Isabel, mintmark oGo to right of shield, assayer R and circle on reverse. CT-238. CayType 18. 6.7 grams. Nice full flan with nearly full legends (king’s and queen’s names prominent), choice inner details, toned XF+ with evidence of salvage, hairline edge-split. Estimate: $150 - $225

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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