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Clump of two Mexican silver cobs (one 8R and one 4R), probably both Philip V, uncleaned as found, ex

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Clump of two Mexican silver cobs (one 8R and one 4R), probably both Philip V, uncleaned as found, ex
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Clump of two Mexican silver cobs (one 8R and one 4R), probably both Philip V, uncleaned as found, ex-Ward. 37.87 grams total. Both coins solid, the 4R neatly centered on the 8R with shield side up, most of cross showing on the 8R, darkly toned and with areas of orange encrustation. Pedigreed to the Bruce Ward collection (Cargile auction of December 2019, lot #128, with original tag and photo-certificate). Recovered from: Spanish 1715 Fleet, east coast of Florida