Assayer TH is recorded for the years 1803-10. Coins of these type would frequently circulate throughout Asia with many merchants choosing to stamp. Into Spanish coinage to test the purity of the Silver.Type dollar in the U. As a colonial coin, rivaled only by the following eight reales of Ferdinand VII. Obverse: Armored bust of Charles IV of Spain with the date below. Reverse: The Pillars of Hercules. The Pillars, a classical symbol of the promontories defining. Are adorned with a ribbon reading. Latin for "further beyond", symbolizing Spain's global exploration. 896 Fine Silver, Diameter: 39 mm.
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