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    Ferdinand VII gold 8 Escudos 1809 NR-JF MS65 NGC, Nuevo Reino mint, KM66.1, Cal-1835, Restrepo-127.6. A thoroughly remarkable representative of the highly popular Spanish colonial bust-type 8 Escudos, certified Gem Mint State and displaying a dramatic double repunched date. Enveloped by uniform pale-gold, frosty surfaces, precluded from even loftier designations by an occasional wisp which does little to detract from the aesthetic caliber as a whole. Only a hint of striking weakness can be viewed to the centermost points of the bust and arms, completely framed by exceedingly lustrous, expansive fields. With only three other MS65s across all dates of Nuevo Reino-minted 8 Escudos of Ferdinand VII, we expect the piece at hand to demand spirited bidding from quality-minded collectors of the series.

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    October, 2021
    28th-29th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 18
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    We also followed the bidding online yesterday here in Salt Lake for the other 3 coins - great fun. Prices realized met or exceeded our expectations.
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    Salt Lake City, UT
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