1194

Clump of two coins in matrix (as found): one English shilling (probably William III, 1696-7) and one

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Shipwreck - Silver Coins 1660s-1740s Start Price:80.00 USD Estimated At:100.00 - 150.00 USD
Clump of two coins in matrix (as found): one English shilling (probably William III, 1696-7) and one
SOLD
Sign In To View Winning Bid
This item SOLD at 2013 Nov 01 @ 10:51UTC-4 : AST/EDT
All items are genuine unless noted. Most shipwreck coins and artifacts come with a certificate of authenticity (please check the description for each item). By bidding in this auction you understand and agree to the Terms and Conditions posted here.
Clump of two coins in matrix (as found): one English shilling (probably William III, 1696-7) and one Mexican cob 8R (probably Charles II, late 1600s). 51.60 grams total. About half of each coin exposed with dark chunk of crud holding them together, interesting as a mix of countries in one conglomerate. With original certificate from the salvagers. Recovered from: Association, sunk in 1707 off the Scilly Isles, southwest of England