Click title/picture for details. offer US $204.95 1755 Pillar Dollar or Spanish Milled Dollar, named for the Pillars of Hercules on the obverse. It is the early version of this 8 Reales coin, and is much more attractive than the later coins which had a homely Spanish king on one side. This is the first coin in the Redbook, and these coins were the first "silver dollars" used in the United States.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $147.50 Mexico Colonial Spain 8 Reales 1770 Mo FM "PILLAR DOLLAR". Mexico City Mint. Issued during the reign of Charles III (1759-1788). Nice strike on a broad planchet. Handsome contrasting toning. Problem free coin. KM-105 .917 silver. Ex: Richard A. Long Auction #83 (October 15, 1996) Lot 350. Described in catalog as "Sharp VF-XF". Numbered tag and copy of auction page included with sale. I do not have the invoice. Authenticity guaranteed.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1,200.00 1759 SILVER RARE FULL PIECE OF EIGHT Pillar Dollar KING FERDINAND VI, ASSAYER JM ,MINT; LIMA THIS 1759 PILLAR DOLLAR IS ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF THE LOST TREASURES OF THOSE GREAT SPANISH SHIPS OF OLD
Click title/picture for details. offer US $329.95 MEXICO 5 PIECE SILVER PILLAR DOLLAR PROOF SET WITH CASE & CERTIFICATE as shown--tHIS SET CONTAINS A 12 OUNCE, 1 OZ, 1/2 OZ, 1/4 OZ & 1/10 OZ PURE SILVER COINS AS ISSUED BY THE MEXICAN MINT. -