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Silver plate, encrusted but intact. 588 grams, 9-1/4" in diameter. A typically bowl-like plate with

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Silver plate, encrusted but intact.  588 grams, 9-1/4  in diameter. A typically bowl-like plate with
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Silver plate, encrusted but intact. 588 grams, 9-1/4" in diameter. A typically bowl-like plate with 1-1/2" rim and 1" deep bowl, mostly thick with gray oxidation and in fact all white on back but exposed in a few places to show blackened silver, cracked and holed in one place under the rim. With photo-certificate. From the Atocha, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida