Cut centre segment of a Spanish Silver Dollar, British colony of Tobago 1798.


SN 7026 & 7030B B&B February 2018
Cut centre segment of a Spanish Silver Dollar, British colony of Tobago 1798.
COIN
Cut centre segment of a Spanish Silver Dollar, British colony of Tobago 1798.
QUALITY
Good Very Fine
PROVENANCE
Barrie Winsor Collection
PRICE
$4,800
COMMENTS
Very rare. A centre segment of a Spanish Silver Dollar stamped on the obverse with a script ‘T’ (shown above left), a pellet at centre and radiating design. This cut silver dollar was issued in response to the passing of a Currency Act in Tobago on the 17 August, 1798.
STATUS
Sold January 2018
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Cut square centre segment of a Spanish Silver Dollar, colony of Guadeloupe, British occupation 1811 (shown above and at right).

Good Very Fine

$1,800 -  SOLD

This square centre segment features crenellated edges and is counter stamped with a ‘G’ for Guadeloupe.

The island of Guadeloupe is situated in the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean and came under British control on 4 February, 1810. 


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