|Metal Value||US$ 523.455|
|COMPOUND COMMODITY||COIN WEIGHT||COMPOUND WEIGHT %||COMMODITY PRICE||METAL VALUE|
|Gold||13.5 Grams||87.5 %||US$ 1256.27/ounce||US$ 523.455|
|METAL COMPOSITION||Gold : 87.5% |
1772-1820 Spain Gold 4 Escudos AU
America’s FIRST $10 Gold Piece!
Before the American Revolution, Great Britain didn’t allow many gold coins to come to the “colonies,” so Americans used these Spanish Four Escudo gold coins instead. These gold pieces are the “Gold Doubloons” of pirate lore. And because these were legal tender in the colonies and later in the United States, when you hold one in your hands, you may actually be holding a piece that passed through the hands of our Founding Fathers—men like Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. So when we found these 1772–1820 Spanish Gold Four Escudo coins we immediately secured them for you! Each is struck in 13.54 grams of 87.5% gold and grades About Uncirculated (AU) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Add this future family heirloom to your collection before our small supply vanishes! Dates vary.
Country Origin: Spain
Composition Type: Gold
Grade Type: AU
Coin Weight: 13.5 Grams - g
Dimensions: 28 MM
Currency Type: Escudo