This is a very small 2 Reales coin, considered the smallest of the Atocha coins. Because of their small size, the 2 Reales coins are also one of the most rare to find.
This one is 4.8 grams, has a unique shape and is just superb in wearability. It still maintains some its original pirate look and is awesome to view. This grade 3 coin is very rare as any coin collector would know. Not many exist with all of these attributes. Add it to your collection today or simply wear this artifact as a great conversation piece!
A coin of this magnitude rarely comes on the market. 2 Reales, Doublestruck both sides, Rare Assayer Q and Reversal on Reverse make this one rare indeed! This artifact as been fully museum certified and verified with an original Certificate of Authenticity. This coin was re-certified by the museum on January 6 , 2006. This was done t o preserve its value and history and for your safety, security and piece of mind.Process includes coin photos and measurements of both sides to prevent fraud, transparent colored certificate of authenticity with aluminum serialized hologram as well as a leather flipette case with detailed mini certificate. This COA is signed by the Archeologist, the Historian and by Kim Fisher (President). All of this coins data is documented and stored in the Mel Fisher Treasure's database to protect your artifact. Documented data includes Coin Number, Denomination, Reign, Mint, Assayer, Weight and Grade.
It can viewed publicly at any time. The certificate of authenticity is framed in a beautiful, handmade lobster trap frame. Wood is from authentic retired lobster trap used in the waters of Key West! This coin is exactly 400 years old and has survived the sea well. This artifact has a tremendous history and will be the center of conversation to whomever wears it or the showpiece for whomever collects it.
Makes a "treasured" gift for the serious collector or for the person who has everything! TRULY an exciting and rare coin for the investor, collector and rare artifact jewelry lover. Nuestra Senora de Atocha landed on a coral reef in September, 1622 during a severe hurricane near the Marquesas Islands just off of Key West. Except for five, everyone on board drowned.The Atocha was bound for Spain with priceless treasures and hundreds of millions worth of gold bars, silver bars, chains, emeralds, coins, gems and jewelry. The wreck was finally discovered by Mel Fisher in 1985. The item "Very RARE Atocha 2 Reale Coin Assayer Q 14K Gold Bezel DOUBLESTRUCK OBV and REV" is in sale since Thursday, November 27, 2014. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Spain". The seller is "atochaworld" and is located in Historic Key West, FLORIDA. This item can be shipped worldwide.