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Puerto Rico is the eastern most island of the Greater Antilles. Colonized by the Spanish in the early 16th century, it ignored the Bolivarian revolutions that swiped through most of New Spain in the early 19th century. With most of New Spain lost and Mexico minting its own currency, the Spanish introduced the Puerto Rican Peso banknotes on the island. Only in 1895, three years before the Spanish would cede the island to the victorious USA in the Spanish-American War, coins were introduced in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 40 centavos and 1 peso. Read more

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Puerto Rico - Peso (1890-1898)

100 Centavos = 1 Peso

5 Centavos – obverse
5 Centavos – reverse
5 Centavos
1896
Silver (.835) – 1.25 g – ø 16 mm
KM# 20
10 Centimos – obverse
10 Centimos – reverse
10 Centimos
1890
Copper
KM# Pn1
10 Centavos – obverse
10 Centavos – reverse
10 Centavos
1896
Silver (.900) – 2.5 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 21
1/8 Dollar  (Counterstamped) – obverse
1/8 Dollar  (Counterstamped) – reverse
1/8 Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884)
Silver (.896) – 3.38 g – ø 21 mm
20 Centavos – obverse
20 Centavos – reverse
20 Centavos
1895
Silver (.835) – 5 g – ø 23 mm
KM# 22
1/4 Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
1/4 Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
1/4 Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884)
Silver (.900) – 6.22 g – ø 24.3 mm
KM# 6.4
40 Centavos – obverse
40 Centavos – reverse
40 Centavos
1896
Silver (.835) – 10 g – ø 27 mm
KM# 23
½ Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
½ Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
½ Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884)
Silver (.892) – 13.48 g – ø 32.5 mm
KM# 9
½ Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
½ Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
½ Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884-)
Silver (.900) – 13.36 g – ø 30.6 mm
KM# 10
½ Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
½ Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
½ Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884-)
Silver (.900) – 13.36 g – ø 30.6 mm
KM# 11
Real  (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – obverse
Real  (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – reverse
Real (Vieques Island Counterstamp)

Silver – 7 g
KM# 8
Cent (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – obverse
Cent (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – reverse
Cent (Vieques Island Counterstamp)
(1783-1785)
Copper – 6.9 g – ø 26.5 mm
KM# 1
1 Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
1 Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
1 Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884)
Silver (.903) – 27.07 g – ø 39 mm
KM# 15
1 Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
1 Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
1 Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884-)
Silver (.903) – 27.07 g
1 Dollar (Counterstamped) – obverse
1 Dollar (Counterstamped) – reverse
1 Dollar (Counterstamped)
(1884-)
Silver (.900) – 26.73 g – ø 38.1 mm
1 Peso – obverse
1 Peso – reverse
1 Peso
1895
Silver (.900) – 25 g – ø 37 mm
KM# 24
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – obverse
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – reverse
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp)
1816-1837
Silver (.250) – 1.22 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 2
2 Reales (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – obverse
2 Reales (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – reverse
2 Reales (Vieques Island Counterstamp)
1825
Silver (.812) – 6.77 g
KM# 7
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – obverse
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – reverse
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp)
1847
Silver (.250) – 1.22 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 9
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – obverse
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp) – reverse
2 Skilling (Vieques Island Counterstamp)
1848
Silver (.250) – 1.22 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 3

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