• 1915-S (Key Date) Philippines - US Admin Centavo - ANACS VF30

    S$ 220.00
    From Singapore
    Free postage
    Certification: ANACSGrade: VF 30Year: 1915
  • Great Britain ½ Farthing 1828 ANACS EF45 VARIETY(small holder)

    Variety with the top dot of one of the colons missing. Tough date and denomination to find. ANACS# 216976.
    S$ 61.67
    0 bids
    S$ 41.45 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 5:15 SGT2d 17hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1828
  • MEXICO 1783 MO FF 8 REALE EL CAZADOR SHIPWRECK COIN ANACS VF25 7116M

    ITEM IS ANACS GRADED VF 25 CONDITION.
    S$ 135.67
    0 bids
    S$ 17.82 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 0:11 SGT2d 12hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: VF 25Year: 1783
  • 1861 ONLY Prussia, GERMANY Graded >ANACS AU53< CORONATION "Commemorative" THALER

    FOR the complete story, FULL DETAILS and BIG CLEAR PICTURES, Please SEE THE DESCRIPTION.
    S$ 41.04
    1 bid
    S$ 24.08 shipping
    Ending 21 Oct at 6:59 SGT3d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 53Year: 1861Customs services and international tracking provided
  • New Listing1873 GREAT BRITAIN Gothic 1 Silver Florin GRADED Slabbed XF40 SWEET .925 EF40 UK

    Here's a really lovely, antique coin. Tough to find in this nice grade - I could only find 1 other XF example graded between ANACS, PCGS & NGC(!). You will have piece of mind, as we just had this one certified, because many examples of Gothic florins we see have details or net grades (or are raw, with an unprofessional opinion grade) and this one has a solid, problem free grade.
    S$ 272.71
    0 bids
    S$ 27.63 shipping
    Ending 27 Oct at 10:06 SGT9d 22hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1873Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1743 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU-50: Mexico City Mint

    1743 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it. I have other old 8 Reales. ANACS grades this coin as an AU-50, details.
    S$ 616.68
    0 bids
    S$ 32.89 shipping
    Ending Friday at 4:52 SGT17h 21mFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1743Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1815 JJ 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF45, or very little wear. 1815 JJ 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 239.82
    0 bids
    S$ 27.12 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 6:44 SGT2d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1815Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1785 FM 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40, indicating minor wear from circulation. The 89.6% purity level was again used from 1791 through the armored bust series concluding in 1811 under Ferdinand VII. 1785 FM 8 Reales.
    S$ 246.60
    0 bids
    S$ 27.23 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 6:44 SGT2d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1785Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1804 TH 8 Reales: Carolus "CARLUS" IIII: ANACS F-12: Mexico City Mint

    What makes this coin special in any condition is “CARLUS” instead of “CAROLUS”. How a few of these escaped individual inspection at the mint, and were released into circulation, is amazing. You will be the only person you know that owns one.
    S$ 2,733.95
    0 bids
    S$ 65.29 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 11:00 SGT1d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: F 12Year: 1804Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1758 MM 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    The coin being sold has the standard 1758 crown. 1758 MM 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 479.64
    0 bids
    S$ 30.79 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 6:31 SGT2d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1758Customs services and international tracking provided
  • MEXICO 1783 MO FF 8 REALE EL CAZADOR SHIPWRECK COIN ANACS VF25 7117M

    ITEM IS ANACS GRADED VF 25 CONDITION.
    S$ 135.67
    0 bids
    S$ 17.82 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 23:09 SGT2d 11hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: VF 25Year: 1783
  • 1685 Austria Salzburg 15 Kreuzer ANACS XF45 Not NGC or PCGS Still Nice

    S$ 82.22
    0 bids
    S$ 30.19 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 2:00 SGT2d 14hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1685Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1770 FM 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    90% silver coins, like sterling silver dinnerware (92.5%) darken when exposed to the contaminants in the air. Earlier owners brightened this coin by cleaning (as evidenced by small surface lines caused by being rubbed with an abrasive).
    S$ 541.31
    0 bids
    S$ 31.74 shipping
    Ending 24 Oct at 9:28 SGT6d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1770Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1752 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40 (cleaned). 1752 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 479.64
    0 bids
    S$ 30.79 shipping
    Ending Friday at 12:32 SGT1d 1hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1752Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1790 FM Carolus IIII: ANACS AU55: Mexico City Mint

    The Reales minted during the first part of 1789 continued showing Carolus III as King because the information of Carolus III’s death had not reached the colonies. Later in the year 1789 the colonies learned of Carolus III death, so they started minting 8 Reales recognizing Carolus IIII as king.
    S$ 376.86
    0 bids
    S$ 29.22 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 10:56 SGT1d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 55Year: 1790Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1742 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF-45: Mexico City Mint

    1742 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it. I have other old 8 Reales. ANACS grades this coin as an EF-45.
    S$ 650.94
    0 bids
    S$ 33.41 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 11:00 SGT1d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1742Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1779 FF 8 Reales: ANACS AU-58: Mexico City Mint

    From 1772 onward Portrait 8 Reales were minted. 1779 FF 8 Reales. It is a really nice coin. It has a good even strike on both the obverse and reverse. It is brilliant in appearance. This is not due to polishing.
    S$ 650.94
    0 bids
    S$ 33.41 shipping
    Ending 23 Oct at 12:17 SGT6dFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 58Year: 1779Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1755 MM 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF45. 1755 MM 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 479.64
    0 bids
    S$ 30.79 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 3:07 SGT2d 15hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1755Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1801 FT/M 8 Reales: ANACS AU58: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU58. It has a nice, even obverse strike. There is a minor planchet flaw at the coin’s edge around 5:00-6:00. The reverse strike is even. It has the often found softness on the right part of the crown.
    S$ 616.61
    0 bids
    S$ 32.89 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 8:49 SGT8d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 58Year: 1801Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1745/5 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40. 1745/5 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 616.61
    0 bids
    S$ 32.89 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 9:13 SGT8d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1745Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1784 FF 8 Reales: ANACS VF20: Mexico City Mint

    1784 FF 8 Reales. “Senior” refers to the assayer hired first at the mint. With this rare 1784, since both have the relevant initial “F” this positioning is not apparent. The 1784 FF is a rare coin.
    S$ 411.05
    0 bids
    S$ 29.74 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 6:44 SGT2d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: VF 20Year: 1784Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1806 TH 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40, details. The EF40 indicates the level of wear due to circulation. This indicates minor wear from circulation. 1806 TH 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 219.20
    0 bids
    S$ 26.81 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 6:44 SGT2d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1806Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1761 MM 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU50 details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard uncleaned AU50 coin. The major division of coin types in 1761 was focused on where the Assayers were to put the cross at the tip of the crown within HISPAN.
    S$ 445.38
    0 bids
    S$ 30.27 shipping
    Ending Today at 12:37 SGT1h 6mFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1761Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1746 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU50 (repaired). 1746 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 582.42
    0 bids
    S$ 32.37 shipping
    Ending Today at 12:37 SGT1h 6mFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1746Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1807 TH 8 Reales: ANACS AU53: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this 1807 TH as an AU53, cleaned. 90% silver coins, like sterling silver dinnerware (92.5%) darken when exposed to the contaminants in the air. Earlier owners brightened this coin by cleaning (as evidenced by small surface lines caused by being rubbed with an abrasive).
    S$ 239.75
    0 bids
    S$ 27.12 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 7:09 SGT8d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 53Year: 1807Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1801 FM 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40, indicating minor wear from circulation. 1801 FM 8 Reales. Francisco Arance Cobos was an assayer from 1777 into 1803 and Mariano Rodriguez from 1784 into 1801. During the first part of 1801 the initials FM refer to these 2 assayers.
    S$ 445.38
    0 bids
    S$ 30.27 shipping
    Ending 21 Oct at 9:35 SGT3d 22hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1801Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1750 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU50 (repaired). 1750 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 513.90
    0 bids
    S$ 31.31 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 7:09 SGT8d 19hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1750Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1767 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF45 details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard EF45 coin that had not been cleaned. In a few instances, refurbished dies from 1766 were used in the production of 1767 coins creating overdates.
    S$ 479.57
    0 bids
    S$ 30.79 shipping
    Ending 23 Oct at 12:17 SGT6dFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1767Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1766 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU55: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU55 details. In a few instances, refurbished dies from 1765 and 1764 were used in the production of 1766 coins creating overdates. 1766 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 787.98
    0 bids
    S$ 35.51 shipping
    Ending 24 Oct at 9:35 SGT6d 22hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 55Year: 1766Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1744 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF45 (repaired). The 1744 MF. 1744 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 541.31
    0 bids
    S$ 31.74 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 9:13 SGT8d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1744Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1749 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40. 1749 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 479.64
    0 bids
    S$ 30.79 shipping
    Ending 24 Oct at 9:35 SGT6d 22hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1749Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1802 FT 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40, indicating minor wear from circulation. Since the removal of the earlier character was not 100%, part of the earlier character is visible on these coins, giving us the 1802/1 FT and the 1802 FT/M.
    S$ 219.20
    0 bids
    S$ 26.81 shipping
    Ending 23 Oct at 12:17 SGT6dFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1802Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1812 HJ 8 Reales: ANACS VF35: Mexico City Mint

    In 1812 after the hiring of Ansaldo (J) a significant majority of 1812 and 1813 Reales bore the initials (JJ). They were the 1812 HJ and the 1812 JJ. 1812 HJ 8 Reales. Note that for the year 1812, this particular coin, the HJ, is the rarer one, as is the HJ the rarer one in 1813.
    S$ 315.12
    0 bids
    S$ 28.27 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 8:06 SGT2d 20hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: VF 35Year: 1812Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1805 TH 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this 1805 TH 8 Reales as an EF45, indicating slight wear from circulation. 1805 TH 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 239.82
    0 bids
    S$ 27.12 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 10:52 SGT1d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1805Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1772 FM 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    Both coins issued in 1772 and the first of the 2 coins issued in 1773 had characteristics that were present in the Pillar coinage (1732-71) that would not be present in any of the future Portrait 8 Reales, setting these 3 coins apart from all of the other coins issued during the Colonial Period concluding in 1821.
    S$ 753.65
    0 bids
    S$ 34.99 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 11:00 SGT1d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1772Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1763 (6/6) MF: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    They were the 1763 MF and the 1763 MM. Within each of these 2 types there were several variations. Overdates occurred. There were 2 possible variations to the imperial crown on the left. This could explain the issue of Reales with assayers (MM) and (MF) both in 1762 and 1763.
    S$ 616.68
    0 bids
    S$ 32.89 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 8:45 SGT8d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1763Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1745 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU 50: Mexico City Mint

    1745 MF 8 Reales. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it. I have other old 8 Reales. This particular coin is the standard issue for 1745.
    S$ 541.31
    0 bids
    S$ 31.74 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 8:49 SGT8d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1745Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1812 HJ 8 Reales: ANACS VF30: Mexico City Mint

    In 1812 after the hiring of Ansaldo (J) a significant majority of 1812 and 1813 Reales bore the initials (JJ). They were the 1812 HJ and the 1812 JJ. 1812 HJ 8 Reales. Note that for the year 1812, this particular coin, the HJ, is the rarer one, as is the HJ the rarer one in 1813.
    S$ 274.01
    0 bids
    S$ 27.64 shipping
    Ending 26 Oct at 9:13 SGT8d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: VF 30Year: 1812Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1789 Carolus IV 8 Reales: ANACS AU58: Mexico City Mint

    The Reales minted during the first part of 1789 continued showing Carolus III as King because the information of Carolus III’s death had not reached the colonies. Later in the year 1789 the colonies learned of Carolus III death, so they started minting 8 Reales recognizing Carolus IIII as king.
    S$ 685.13
    0 bids
    S$ 33.93 shipping
    Ending Saturday at 11:00 SGT1d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 58Year: 1789Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1747 MF Philip V 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    King Philip V died July 7, 1746. Philip V was on all 8 Reales for the year 1746, even though Ferdinand VI had taken the throne upon the death of Philip V in 1746. Philip V’s first wife, Maria Luisa of Savoy had 2 sons, Louis I, the older son, and Ferdinand VI.
    S$ 719.46
    0 bids
    S$ 34.47 shipping
    Ending 22 Oct at 8:52 SGT4d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1747Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1766 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU50 details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard uncleaned AU50 coin. In a few instances, refurbished dies from 1765 and 1764 were used in the production of 1766 coins creating overdates.
    S$ 616.68
    0 bids
    S$ 32.89 shipping
    Ending 20 Oct at 7:45 SGT2d 20hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1766Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1771 FM 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF45 details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard EF45 coin that had not been cleaned. 1771 FM 8 Reales. Portrait 8 Reales started in 1772.
    S$ 472.79
    0 bids
    S$ 30.68 shipping
    Ending 24 Oct at 9:35 SGT6d 22hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1771Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1792 FM 8Reales: ANACS AU-58: Mexico City Mint

    1792 FM 8 Reales. In 1792 the initials FM refer to these 2 assayers. ANACS grades this coin as an AU-58. After you have looked at it, if you decide that it is “not for you”, you don’t have to list a bunch of reasons why you have decided you do not want it.
    S$ 513.90
    0 bids
    S$ 31.31 shipping
    Ending 23 Oct at 12:17 SGT6dFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 58Year: 1792Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1764 MF 8 Reales: ANACS AU50: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an AU50 details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard uncleaned AU50 coin. In a few instances, refurbished dies from 1763 were used in the production of 1764 coins creating overdates.
    S$ 1,089.47
    0 bids
    S$ 40.13 shipping
    Ending 24 Oct at 9:26 SGT6d 21hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 50Year: 1764Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1760 MM Carolus III 8 Reales: ANACS EF45: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF45, details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard uncleaned EF45 coin. In the latter part of 1760 coins were issued under Carolus III. The coin being sold is an example of this.
    S$ 479.64
    0 bids
    S$ 30.79 shipping
    Ending Today at 12:37 SGT1h 6mFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1760Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1809 TH 8 Reales: ANACS AU-58: Mexico City Mint

    In 1809 after the hiring of Madrid (J) the 1809 Reales could then bear the initials (HJ). They were the 1809 TH and the 1809 HJ. 1809 TH 8 Reales. I do not know the reason for the anomaly in the succession of assayers in 1809 and 1810.
    S$ 513.90
    0 bids
    S$ 31.31 shipping
    Ending Today at 12:37 SGT1h 6mFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: AU 58Year: 1809Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1736 MF 8 Reales: ANACS EF 45 (small planchet): Mexico City Mint

    A small number of coins were produced using refurbished dies, creating the 1736/5 MF. There were 2 different planchet sizes, 40mm, as was the 1734,1735, and 38mm which is the small planchet size being sold here.
    S$ 753.72
    0 bids
    S$ 34.99 shipping
    Ending 24 Oct at 11:01 SGT6d 23hFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 45Year: 1736Customs services and international tracking provided
  • 1760 MM Carolus III 8 Reales: ANACS EF40: Mexico City Mint

    ANACS grades this coin as an EF40, details, indicating the wear from circulation is like that of the standard uncleaned EF40 coin. In the latter part of 1760 coins were issued under Carolus III. The coin being sold is an example of this.
    S$ 445.38
    0 bids
    S$ 30.27 shipping
    Ending Friday at 4:52 SGT17h 21mFrom United StatesCertification: ANACSGrade: XF 40Year: 1760Customs services and international tracking provided