Los buscadores de tesoros encontrados recientemente estas 48 monedas de oro raras en un naufragio frente a las costas de la Florida Treasure hunters recently found these 48 rare gold coins in a shipwreck off the coast of Florida.
Gold cobs are the original doubloons, the very treasure sought most by pirates. Struck by hand at the mints of Mexico, Peru and Colombia, and also at mainland Spanish mints like Seville and Toledo, gold cobs denoted extreme value even in their own day and facilitated the movement of vast sums of money across the seas, where inevitably many of them ended up. In fact, the single largest source of gold cobs remains the Spanish 1715 Fleet off the east coast of Florida.
Cuña de plata y monedas encontradas por el Dr. E. Lee Spence en un galeón español en la costa de Florida. sliver wedge and coins found by Dr. E. Lee Spence on a Spanish galleon off the coast of Florida.