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Here is one of the higher priced reales in the current Sedwick auction. Said to be a rare variety, the auction estimate is $3500 - $5000.
Here is the lot description.
Lima, Peru, 4 reales, Philip II, assayer R (Rincon) to left, second denomination o-iiii to right, motto PL-VSVL-T, legends HISPA / NIARVM, extremely rare. S-L1; KM-10.1; CT-311. 12.45 grams. Broad flan with nearly full legends, bold full pillars and shield (the latter slightly doubled, slightly porous XF+ with nicely toned fields, full secondary denomination o-iiii to right of shield, a near-unique variety of which we have only ever seen one other (the Sellschopp and Heiss Plate Coin we offered in Auction #18, curiously made from a different pillars-side die).
|John Brooks Beach Yesterday Afternoon.|
|Walton Rocks Beach Yesterday Afternoon.|
Down the slope a little farther was a recent cut. You can see it just above the heavy line of seaweed.
Then of course is the sea weed, and just below that you can see where new sand piled up.
Below the recent cut would be a good place to look wherever the new sand hadn't accumulated much. It would have been better to be there before the seaweed and sand came up.
You can often see where new sand fills in after a beach cuts. This is a good example.
Yesterday I mentioned how John Brooks has been cutting every other week or so, It has been cutting and filling over and over, but not into anything old.
A 110-year-old ghost ship was found on a tributary to the Ohio.
Interesting read. Lots of pictures.
Looks like the Easter coin hunt isn't going to be as good as expected. The predictions now are for four to seven foot seas instead of five to eight as earlier predicted.
Looks like the prediction models are up to their old tricks.