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Maker/s

Charles III (1759-88) (ruler)

George III (1760-1820) countermarked by (ruler)

Potosi (mint)

Spain (state)

Collection

Queens College Loan

Category

coin

Name

4 reales (denomination)

2 shillings 4½ pence (denomination)

contemporary fake (authenticity)

World (Series)

Bolivia (subseries)

Material/s

silver

Dimensions

weight: (object): 13.2 g
diameter: (object): 35 mm

Date

1774 to 1774 1797 to 1797

Provenance

loan: Queens College Cambridge 2002-07 (Filtered for: Coins and Medals)

Given by Mr Barnes Williams 1901; bt Fullagar, Canterbury, 11 March 1895

Production Place

Potosi (mint) (place)

England (place of use) (country)

Catalogue ref/s

Q-5290

Accession Number

CM.QC.5382-R (Coins and Medals)
(Reference Number: 155885; Input Date: 2007-08-20 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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