"Oak Island Type" Spanish “Pirate” Coin // 1621-1665 AD
"Oak Island Type" Coin! Spanish copper cob. "Pirate Money" of Philip IV (1621-1665 AD). Copper 8-Maravedis "cob" struck c. 1625 depicting a lion and castle. Heavily counter-stamped with "1652”, “VIII” and "8" when revalued in 1652. The exact same type found at Oak Island, Nova Scotia!
Nearly identical to the copper 8-Maravedis "Cob" discovered by the guys on Oak Island, as featured in the History Channel show "Curse of Oak Island." The island has a known history of pirates, having been a safe haven for Captain Kidd. This coin offered is the same type, however land-found in Spain.
1.5"L x 1"W x 0.25"H
— Ref: Cayon 5305 For Type
— Set Into A Custom .925 Silver Bezel (Total Bezel Ø 26mm)
— Coin Ex Cordoba, Spain Collection
— Weight: 9.54 g
— Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
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