|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1/4 Dollar (1/4)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Countermarked (holed) Peruvian 2 Réales piece, which displays a bust facing right and surrounded by legend.
CAROLUS · IV · DEI · GRATIA ·
Countermarked (holed) Peruvian 2 Réales piece, which displays a crowned coat of arms surrounded by legend.
Lettering: HISPAN · ET · IND · REX · MÆ · 2 R · J · P ·
This piece was countermarked following the Authority of June 1811. Looking at other examples with the same countermark, there are host coins with the date 1815, meaning these coins would have been countermarked starting at 1811 and ending at an uncertain date.
The 1/4 Dollars were had a presumed value of 2-3/4 Escalins.
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|ND (1811)||Host coin dates from 1789 to 1791|
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