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BM01360

Chile, 1755 8-Reales Santiago mint AU55

Chile, Ferdinand VI (1746-59), silver 8-Reales 1755 J-So, last 5 over 1, Santiago mint, crowned Spanish arms, J to left (minstmaster Jose Larrañeta), value to right, rev crowned globes between crowned pillars, date below, mintmark So to the left (KM 5 Rare; FC-3b R8; EL-Type-1 #4; Gil-SC-8-4a R5; Jara Luedeking-CJ E-1755 R3). Light wear on high points only, in a NGC holder graded AU55, an exceptional specimen with a clear overdate, an attractive tone and remains of original lustre, excessively rare.

Recorded mintage of 17,419 pieces only, all of which were struck 18th August 1755 from a single shipment of silver. All known examples of this date are overdates, struck from the same die pairing.

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