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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    Rare Transitional Potosi 1652 with "dot" and A Great Bonus Coin in the E.O.!

    http://coins.ha.com/common/view_item...No=20232#photo

    These two coins are both at full weight as the Rare E.O. Weighs in at over 60 Grams!
    Once cleaned this multiple dated 1652 Transitional may be one of the best
    and it is being auctioned this afternoon! in Boston lot 20231
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    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

  2. #2
    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
    964
    189 times

    Re: Rare Transitional Potosi 1652 with "dot" and A Great Bonus Coin in the E.O.!

    Here is a genuine surprise!

    No bidders!

    http://coins.ha.com/common/view_item...No=20232#photo

    Here is a chance for a transitional 1652 collector to pick up a real nice "dot" and dated
    Grade 1 Potosi Transitional 1652 with a full weight eight reale' Potosi extra coin to boot!
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

  3. #3
    us
    Oct 2009
    89

    Re: Rare Transitional Potosi 1652 with "dot" and A Great Bonus Coin in the E.O.!

    Quote Originally Posted by capt dom

    Here is a chance for a transitional 1652 collector to pick up a real nice "dot" and dated
    Grade 1 Potosi Transitional 1652 with a full weight eight reale' Potosi extra coin to boot!
    how can you tell if it will be full weight ?...

    any better pictures from different angles?

  4. #4
    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
    964
    189 times

    Re: Rare Transitional Potosi 1652 with "dot" and A Great Bonus Coin in the E.O.!

    The E.O. was weighed with a gram scale and it weighed more
    than 60 plus grams. There is little encrustation. Two eights weigh
    in at 54 grams at full weight. I guestimate 7 grams of encrustation.

    Only by cleaning it will we know for sure....
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

 

 

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