Spain, Felipe II, 1556-1598, 2 Escudos, Sevilla


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Spain. Felipe II, 1556-1598. Gold cob 2 Escudos (1556-1598), Sevilla. Gold 6.73 g.; 27 mm.

Cal. 828; Cayón 4099; Fr. 169.

From the Kempen treasure hoard. Struck on wide planchet. Bright original luster with light iridescent patina. Minor scratches on reverse.
Very nice example, in rare condition. Mint state

Provenance Details

Ex. Lot 523 Schulman sales Auction 368.
From the Kempen Hoard. Delivered with original tag.


The Kempen treasure is one of the largest gold and silver coin treasures found in the Netherlands in recent decades. It was discovered by a man, a Dutch “treasure hunter” whose patience and persistence finally paid off. This treasure is a witness to a historical period, the 16th century, when international trade flourished between the world’s great powers.

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