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|Dimensions (mm)||23 x 18 x 1mm|
|Weight (carats)||2.58 carats|
SILVER COIN SALVAGED
MOST PROBABLY MEXICO CITY MINT
SIZE 23 X 18X 1MM
WEIGHT 2.58 GRAMS
RARE COIN MINT UNDER SPANISH COLOLONIZATION
This article provides an outline of the currency of Spanish America (las Indias, the Indies) from Spanish colonization in the 15th century until independence in the 19th. This great realm was divided into the Viceroyalty of New Spain (capital: Mexico City), which came to include all Spanish territory north of Panama, the West Indies, Venezuela, and the Philippine Islands, and the Viceroyalty of Peru (capital: Lima), which included Panama and all Spanish territory in South America except Venezuela. The monetary system of Spanish America, originally identical to that of Spain, soon diverged and took on a distinctive character of its own, which it passed on to the independent nations that followed after.
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