Santa Fe de Bogotá. 2 Escudos (Doubloon). 1715 Fleet.
1715 Fleet Gold Doubloon Reproduction. Hand sunk dies and hammer struck, exactly like the originals. <\B><\I>
Easily the most recognizable gold cob Doubloon found on the Spanish 1715 Feet. Is the Colombian gold 2 Escudos struck at Santa Fe de Bogota. These simple designed cobs were struck on thick, chunky planchettes in 22k gold with a traditional weight of 6.8 grams. (Modern weight of 7.77 or 1/4 ozt). These cobs show a simple cross inside a Quatralobe, with a lilly flower, or Fluer de Lis inside each quadrant with large ringlets outside with the legend followed by an outter border of pellets. The obverse shows a simple shield with simple crown, and transposed lions and castles left, Naples and Sicily right with Flanders and Tirol below inside a small shield flanked by X’s. The legend on these coins read Carlos II until 1715. Even though these were struck during the reign of King Philip V.
Santa Fe de Bogota.
Reign: Carlos II (posthumous)
Weight: 6.8 grams
Hand hammer struck from hand sunk dies. Not a casting. No two are identical.
Ideal for nautical bezel pendants and jewelry or bullion.
Available in 24k (.9999) or 22k (91.7%).
Traditional weight or modern Troy ozt.
Discreetly marked with COPY. You may choose which side of the coin and where you want this small mark placed.