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NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE


NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE
NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE
NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE
NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE

NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE   NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE

NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE. The El Cazador (meaning The Hunter in English) was a Spanish brig that sank in the Gulf of Mexico in 1784.

Carlos III, King of Spain, decided to replace the worthless currency with valuable Spanish silver coins. On October 20, 1783 Charles III of Spain sent her on a mission to bring much-needed hard currency to the Spanish colony of Louisiana in order to stabilize the currency.

On January 11, 1784, she sailed for New Orleans, and was never heard from again. Graded and Encapsulated by NGC. You Will Receive the Same Type of Coin and Condition Shown, Certificate Number Will Vary As Stock Photos Are Used.
NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE   NGC Certified El Cazador 1/2 Real 1783 Shipwreck Mexico City Silver HIGH GRADE