King Philip IV Spanish 1 Real Pendant

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  • Spanish 1 Real Dated 1628
  • Monarch: Philip IV
  • Mint: Segovia, Spain. Assayer: "P" Esteban de Pedrera
  • Grade: Very Fine
  • Silver Coin in 14k White Gold Pendant, Weight 6.3g
  • Framed Coin Size: 23mm Diameter, 6mm Bail Opening
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This Spanish silver coin was minted in Spain during the rule of King Philip IV. The obverse side features a cross with lions and castles with the 1628 date above and the reverse depicts the Philip IV coat of arms. From the House of Habsburg, Philip ruled during the "Golden Age of Spain", with territories and colonies in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Oceana. Under the Spanish Habsburgs rule in the 16th & 17th centuries, Spain reached the peak of its political and economic strength when its' Empire became the foremost global power.
With the discovery of untold riches that were mined in the Americas, the Spanish were the premier supplier of gold and silver coins for the world. This vastly increased trade and made many merchants wealthy, both in Spain and in the Colonies. However, during this adventurous age, it was inevitable that large amounts of Spanish treasure would be lost on land and at sea due to pirates, storms and other unforeseen misfortunes.
Spanish coinage of this historical period was minted in five denominations in silver. The largest was the 8 reales, famous in the colonies and among pirates as a “Piece of Eight”. The other denominations were 4 reales, 2 reales, 1 real and 1/2 real and each is a one of a kind piece of history.