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Live auction - fwo_912548 - SPAIN - KINGDOM OF SPAIN - PHILIP V OF BOURBON 8 Escudos 1719 Madrid

SPAIN - KINGDOM OF SPAIN - PHILIP V OF BOURBON 8 Escudos 1719 Madrid AU
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Type : 8 Escudos
Date: 1719
Mint name / Town : Madrid
Quantity minted : -
Metal : gold
Diameter : 36 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 26,92 g.
Edge : décorée
Rarity : R2
Coments on the condition:
Cette pièce de 8 escudos est frappée sur un flan large et plutôt régulier laissant apparaître l’essentiel des grènetis extérieur. Léger nettoyage. Reliefs nets
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : + PHILIPUS + V + DEI + GRA +.
Obverse description : Ecu couronné aux armes d'Espagne, sur le tout, Ecu de France.

Reverse


Reverse legend : 1719 + HISPANIARUM + REX + M + F + 8 +.
Reverse description : Croix dans un quadrilobe.

Commentary


Première pièce de 8 escudos connue avec la marque d’atelier M couronné.

Historical background


SPAIN - KINGDOM OF SPAIN - PHILIP V OF BOURBON

(1700-1746)

Philippe, Duke of Anjou (1683-1746) was the grandson of Louis XIV. On the death of Charles II of Spain in 1700, he was designated as king by will. He took thirteen years to conquer his kingdom, having as a competitor Charles III of Habsburg (future Charles VI of Austria). He is the ancestor of the Bourbons of Spain who still reign today. By becoming king of Spain and the Indies, he had renounced all claim to the throne of France..

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