PERU 1715 FLEET EMERALDS 8 ESCUDOS PENDANT TREASURE MERMAID JEWELRY PIRATE COIN
PERU 1715 FLEET 8 ESCUDOS PENDANT NECKLACE JEWELRY PIRATE GOLD COINS SHIPWRECK This beautifully (professionally) designed Pendant holds a PERU 8 Escudos “DOUBLE DATED” 1715 LIMA Cob (26.92gm, 32mm just the coin) featuring a FULL CROWN (I’ve never seen before) and Full 2nd Double Date (in Legend), VERY VERY RARELY seen! The Mermaid Bezel is 14kt with TWO (2) 1715 FLEET Emarlds (approx. 1 and 2 Ctw, Total 3ct.). This Design is UNIQUE and was created Especially for this Rare Gold Doubloon!
This is the Ultimate Pendant for Any Shipwreck Collector! To have a LIMA PERU 1715 8 Escudos is Extremely Rare in its own right, but to have one with both a FULL CROWN and Full Double Date is Unheard of (truly the Unicorn guys have been waiting for)! The Pillars of Hercules are Full and the Mint Mark “L” (Lima) and Assayer “M” (Majero) are also both full and complete. The Cob’s color is so beautiful, it has a Honey or butterscotch tone to it. The Cross is also very nicely struck (almost no doubling), and with both inside and outer dots around the Cross and Legends. Truly a Trophy Cob!
There is much controversy as to whether the 1715 LIMA’s are from the “1715 FLEET.” Although I must say overwhelmingly, a vast majority of dealers and collectors that we’ve discussed it with side on the opinion that they DO exist (to be from the 1715 FLEET). Hard evidence of this was brought forward many many years ago when a leading researcher (whom purchased the archives of one of the original “REAL 8 partners / divers”), surprised the Collecting World by sharing with us a “ Polaroid Picture “ that was inside the Real 8 divers archives / folder clearly showing a PERU (LIMA) 1715 featured with another 1715 FLEET coin as well. To this writer, it is irrefutable evidence that some of the 1715 LIMA’s certainly came from the “1715 FLEET.”