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Deventer, United Netherlands, "rider" ducatoon, 1664, very rare provenance.

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Deventer, United Netherlands,  rider  ducatoon, 1664, very rare provenance.
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Deventer, United Netherlands, "rider" ducatoon, 1664, very rare provenance. KM-62.1. 31.65 grams. Uncorroded, full details (XF) with very light surface pitting all over (low contrast), first specimen we have handled from this wreck, alternatively spelled on the certificate as "Carmelan" and described as "A Dutch East Indiaman [sunk] December 1664 [off] Is[le] of Mioness, Out Skerry Islands, Scotland... part of the private collection of Dr. Richard P. Ariagno, and... sold by Bowers & Ruddy Galleries, Los Angeles, California in June of 1980." Note, however, that the original catalog states the provenance as simply “Ex: 1711 Skerrie shipwreck,” which implies DeLiefde as the source instead. Pedigreed to the Charles Eidel collection, with certificate and Certi-Grade Certification Institute photo-card #01253. Recovered from: Kennemerland, sunk in 1664 off the Out Skerries, north of Scotland