Cob Coinage of Colombia, 1622-1756 by Joseph R. Lasser

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StatementJoseph R. Lasser, Jorge Emilio Restrepo ; translated and edited by William L. Bischoff.
ContributionsRestrepo, Jorge Emilio., Bischoff, William L.
LC ClassificationsCJ2315 .L37 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination150 p. ;
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6799047M
ISBN 100970257406
LC Control Number00105943

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New York: Translated and edited by William L. Bischoff. 8vo, original blue cloth lettered in silver, gilt. xvii, 1,8 pages; illustrated throughout.

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; #JPH. The Cob Coinage of Colombia - Pertinax Press, Pages: The Cob Coinage of Colombia - pp., pub. by Pertinax Press, New York, Second edition with emendations and two essays. Second edition with emendations and two essays. Translated and Edited by William L. Bischoff. Spanish colonial cob coinage is among the most popular series of the New World and contains many of the legendary coins herein.

Cob coins were effectively the first coins minted in the Americas by the Spanish conquering authorities and issued by various mints for a period that encompassed more than years starting in when the Mexico. This book is a tool to Cob Coinage of Colombia the numismatic learning curve 1622-1756 book fun and a richer experience.

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n $ each. Books about Paper Money. Image Preview (Click image to enlarge). During the cob period there were several 1622-1756 book debasements of the coinage, primarily in the Viceroyalty of Peru. At the various Peru mints the position of assayer was annually auctioned to the highest bidder, so the winning appointee tried to get as much profit from the.

The mint produced the following coin types: Shield type cob - () rare and pillars and waves cob - () also rare. The first dated coin was struck at the mint opening in The Cartegena mint is known more for its gold escudos coin production.

Product Description: The Practical Book of Cobs is a reference book on Spanish colonial coins by Daniel Sedwick and Frank Sedwick. First published inthe book has been re-released three times, most recently in a 20th Anniversary edition (4th edition) published in An essential guide and reference work for divers and shipwreck enthusiasts, this book offers information that is not.

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Example. CColombian Gold Cobs () What would later become the Viceroyalty of New Granada acquired one of its first casa de fundicion (assay office) at Marquita in Central Colombia about Marquita issued officially stamped gold ingots for 30 years, some perhaps imitating the Tejeulos system being used at.

Joseph R. Lasser is the author of The Coins of Colonial America ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and The Cob Coinage Of Colombia, 4/5(2). 1622-1756 book are almost always milled coins, but Guatemala used this pattern on a few cobs between and If you have a cob version, figure $25 to $ catalog values (worn 1 real to well-preserved 8 reales).

The coin in the picture is an 8 reales of Fernando VI with assayer initials MF. The other side has the mint mark (Mexico City). survived from the entire Bogota cob series !.

One escudos were never a regular feature of Colombian cob coinage and increasingly disfavored by the later part of Philip V's reign. One escudos were struck on demand by people who deposited gold at the mint, and very few of these wanted one escudos. Turillo arrived in Colombia in The guide book to the coinage of Ireland from AD to the present day.

London. D&H The Cob Coinage of Colombia, 2nd ed. New York. RIC Various. Roman Imperial Coins. 10 Vols. London. RPC Various. Roman Provincial Coinage. 9 Vols. London. present. RSC. The term cob was used in Ireland and the British colonies to mean a piece of eight or a Spanish-American dollar, Spanish coinage was legal tender in the United States until the Coinage Act of discontinued the practice.

Deriving from the wide popularity of this book, "Pieces of eight" is sometimes used to mean "money" or "a lot of. 6 Plate coin: The Cob Coinage of Colombia by Joseph R. Lasser (and) Jorge Emilio Restrepo. New York: Pertinax Press, p. 40 no. M10C-1A, p. M10C-1A. Plate coin: PLVS VLTRA Newsletter Vol.

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8 reales coins, as far back ashave employed edge designs; understanding how they were made and the equipment that was used is highly relevant. Because the design was produced using two parallel dies, the telltale sign is the presence of two areas where the edge design overlaps by a small amount, each exactly opposite the other around the.

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– Gran Colombia Peso = 8 Reales (silver) Onza = 16 Pesos (gold) History. While Venezuela was federated with Nueva Granada (modern Colombia) and Quito (Ecuador) in Gran Colombia, –, the monetary laws in force were those of Colombia. Bolívar prohibited (J ) the circulation of all copper coin and all post royalist coin that had not been counterstamped at.

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TOP POP. View Coin: 8 Reales Maravillas: Colombia Bogota Silver 8 reales NR Restrepo M El. Pedigreed to the Dr. Peter Jones collection (stated on label), plated on page of his book The First Coins of the Americas (), and to the Stack's Bowers auction.

Colombia Cartagena, Colombia, cob 8 reales, (16)55, assayer S below mintmark C to right, extremely rare, ex-Jones (Plate Coin).S-C4; Restrepo-M; Cal desirable one-year issue (the unauthorized final coinage of the Cartagena mint until Independence) is basically only known from shipwreck salvage and rarely shows any part.

Country / area. Colombia. Collection. When I got home I showed it to my wife and wanting to know a little more about the coin, I took out my copy of Lasser & Restrepo’s “The Cob Coinage of Colombia”. Anyone familiar with the book can appreciate the quality photos – they are in fact mostly % to scale.

Flipping through the pages, we got to page 89 and there was a photo. Coin catalog › Colombia › Series List. Switch to list Compositions Mints Distributions Edges Orientations Shapes Rims Mint Years Weights Diameters Thicknesses Years Face Values Currencies Themes Catalogs Coins.

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The auction firm estimates the coin at $, USD and up. This 2-real cob from the Spanish-American mint at Potosi, in modern day Bolivia, is the same type as a coin in the circa Castine Deposit, lost on the coast of Maine.

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Colombia in - image from thejourney Contents. 1 colonial coinage (to ). quarter real; half real; one real; two reales; four reales; eight reales. milled coinage; one escudo. one escudos of Ferdinand VII; two escudos.

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