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Spanish Milled Bust Coins - Lima Mint  Popular
Milled bust coins "bust or portrait dollars" were minted at the Lima mint from 1772 until 1824, when Simon Bolivar secured Peru's independence from Spain. The Spanish colonial bust dollar was the last coin type manufactured in New World under Spain's rule.
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Spanish Milled Bust Coins - Mexico City  Popular
Milled bust coins "bust or portrait dollars" were minted at the Mexico City mint from 1772 until 1821, when Mexico won its independence from Spain.
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Spanish Milled Bust Coins - Other Mints  Popular
The Spanish colonial milled bust coin "bust dollar" was minted at eight different New World mints, beginning in most instances in 1772. Their production lasted throughout the remaining years of Spanish colonial rule in the New World , ending as the various regions won their independence from Spain.
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Spanish Milled Bust Coins - Potosi Mint  Popular
Milled bust coins "bust or portrait dollars" were minted at the Potosi mint from 1773 until 1825, when Bolivia won its independence from Spain. Potosi mint coins are easily identified by their mintmark, a monogrammed POTOSI that resembles a dollar sign "$".
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Spanish Silver  Popular
For centuries Spanish silver coinage was famous throughout the world as the standard by which other coinages were measured, due to its consistent weight and purity.
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Spanish Silver Cobs Coinage  Popular
The obverse give the monogram PVS with dots on either side of the superscript V and a quatrefoil below the monogram.
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Spanish Silver Milled Coinage - FOUR REALES  Popular
In the reverse legend the monogram 'PTS' is the mintmark indicating the coin was produced at the mint in Potosí, Bolivia. This is followd by '4 R' which indicates the denomination of four reales.
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Spanish Silver Milled Coinage - ONE REAL  Popular
This variety of coin was frequently called a "cross" real in the British colonies to distinguish it from the more valuable "pillar" real minted in the Americas.
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Spanish Silver Milled Coinage - ONE-HALF REAL  Popular
This is an exampe of the first milled or "pillar" coinage.
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Spanish Silver Milled Coinage - TWO REALES  Popular
To the right of the arms is the denomination 2 with a rosette above and below, for two reales.
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