8 REALE COB 1682 FROM JOANA SHIPWRECK CO 378

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Year 1682
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  OPALPLUS HAS BEEN PURCHASER OF PERTH MINT COINS SINCE EARLY 1980s

IN AUGUST 2007 WE WERE APPROVED AS AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR PERTH MINT AUSTRALIA .

COINSPLUS NOW SPECILAIZES IN COINS

 

 

 

One 8 Reals cob from the wreck of the Joanna.

Lost in 1682, this English East Indiaman

sank off the coast of South Africa and was located in the 1980's.

Sealed in plasticdisplay case      

with seals from Ship's Log Limited, grade four, cert. #1397

case 125 x 80 mm in size

coin 35 X 24  mm in size

stamped and seal

 

 

 

 

 

"The Johanna 1682 (Joanna)"

Reference: Cape Argus, Government Gazette.

The Johanna    was the first English East Indiaman to be wrecked on the South African coastline. She was an English East Indiaman of 550 tons, commanded by Captain Robert Brown.

She was on an outward bound voyage from the Downs, off south-east Kent, which she had left on the 27th February 1682 in the company of 4 other ships named the Williamson, Nathaniel, Welvaert    and Samson   , all bound for Bengal except the Johanna    destined for Surat. They lost her about 35 or 40 miles to the east of the Cape, at about 4 o'clock in the morning of the 8th June, during good but dark weather, with a cloudy sky, by turning her ashore. The Johanna's    principal cargo consisted of silver specie to the value of 72 000 pounds (70 chests of pieces-of-eight and silver bullion of the English factories in Bengal). Ten people drowned and 104 people reached Cape Town. Rumours of treasure on board the ship caused Simon van der Stel to send a salvage party, headed by Ensign Olaf Bergh, a Dutch East India Company official, to see what they could find. On arrival at the site, Bergh found four bodies washed up on shore, which they buried. Besides bottles of Brandy, casks of wine and beer, Bergh found 613 Spanish Reels, which had all washed up on shore. This stimulated Bergh's desire to get out to the wreck and he sent for a carpenter and a slave named Pay Mina, who was a trained pearl diver. Bergh returned to the Castle after a successful salvage of recovering coins to the value of 28, 302 gulden.


The Johanna    lay untouched and lost for 300 years, until Charles and his group, which consisted of Gavin Clackworthy, Bert Kutzer, Tommy Botha, Andre Hartman and Erik Lombard, discovered her remains in 1982.


The site was located on the outer reefs of "Die Dam" east of Quoin Point. Most of the site lay under sand and a prop-wash machine was purchased to excavate this shallow site. Over 23,000 cob coins were recovered as well as a few hundred kilograms of silver bullion in the form of disc ingots. 44 Iron cannon were located on the site, but more are rumoured to have been seen on shore by older fishermen.


The Johanna    was the second site to fall under the new National Monuments Council Act regarding shipwrecks, the first being the "Arniston 1815    " wrecked at Arniston.

  OPALPLUS HAS BEEN PURCHASER OF PERTH MINT COINS SINCE EARLY 1980s

IN AUGUST 2007 WE WERE APPROVED AS AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR PERTH MINT AUSTRALIA .

COINSPLUS NOW SPECILAIZES IN COINS

 

 

 

One 8 Reals cob from the wreck of the Joanna.

Lost in 1682, this English East Indiaman

sank off the coast of South Africa and was located in the 1980's.

Sealed in plasticdisplay case      

with seals from Ship's Log Limited, grade four, cert. #1397

case 125 x 80 mm in size

coin 35 X 24  mm in size

stamped and seal

 

 

 

 

 

"The Johanna 1682 (Joanna)"

Reference: Cape Argus, Government Gazette.

The Johanna    was the first English East Indiaman to be wrecked on the South African coastline. She was an English East Indiaman of 550 tons, commanded by Captain Robert Brown.

She was on an outward bound voyage from the Downs, off south-east Kent, which she had left on the 27th February 1682 in the company of 4 other ships named the Williamson, Nathaniel, Welvaert    and Samson   , all bound for Bengal except the Johanna    destined for Surat. They lost her about 35 or 40 miles to the east of the Cape, at about 4 o'clock in the morning of the 8th June, during good but dark weather, with a cloudy sky, by turning her ashore. The Johanna's    principal cargo consisted of silver specie to the value of 72 000 pounds (70 chests of pieces-of-eight and silver bullion of the English factories in Bengal). Ten people drowned and 104 people reached Cape Town. Rumours of treasure on board the ship caused Simon van der Stel to send a salvage party, headed by Ensign Olaf Bergh, a Dutch East India Company official, to see what they could find. On arrival at the site, Bergh found four bodies washed up on shore, which they buried. Besides bottles of Brandy, casks of wine and beer, Bergh found 613 Spanish Reels, which had all washed up on shore. This stimulated Bergh's desire to get out to the wreck and he sent for a carpenter and a slave named Pay Mina, who was a trained pearl diver. Bergh returned to the Castle after a successful salvage of recovering coins to the value of 28, 302 gulden.


The Johanna    lay untouched and lost for 300 years, until Charles and his group, which consisted of Gavin Clackworthy, Bert Kutzer, Tommy Botha, Andre Hartman and Erik Lombard, discovered her remains in 1982.


The site was located on the outer reefs of "Die Dam" east of Quoin Point. Most of the site lay under sand and a prop-wash machine was purchased to excavate this shallow site. Over 23,000 cob coins were recovered as well as a few hundred kilograms of silver bullion in the form of disc ingots. 44 Iron cannon were located on the site, but more are rumoured to have been seen on shore by older fishermen.


The Johanna    was the second site to fall under the new National Monuments Council Act regarding shipwrecks, the first being the "Arniston 1815    " wrecked at Arniston.

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