Guatemala Small Silver Coin 1820NG M Two Reales Ferdinand VII of Spain Facing Right KM 67 F++
Description: A nice silver coin from Guatemala. This is the 1820 two reales coin. The coin displays the bust of Ferdinand VII of Spain facing right with the legend "FERDIN.VII. DEI.GRATIA.1820" surrounding the bust on the obverse. The reverse shows crowned quartered arms with pillars flanking the arms and showing the legend "HISPAN.ET IND. REX. NG.2R.M." This is KM 67 weighing ~6.6 gm of 0.896 silver and is ~27 mm in diameter. The coin is from the Nueva Guatemala (NG) mint mark and was assayed by Manuel Eusebio Sanchez (M). Please carefully review the photos provided as it is part and parcel of our description.
Date: 1820 NG M.
Mint: Nueva Guatemala.
Size and Weight: Coin weighs ~6.6 gm of 0.896 silver and is ~27 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM 67.
Condition: I would grade the coin as a choice fine or much better with all the details being still well preserved. The high points in the coin show wear. The coin is darkly toned and has wear throughput, but still has great eye appeal. The coin has honest wear with a scratch above the king's head. Other than that the coin is problem free with some minor scratches and minimum amount of bag marks. It is a beautiful, problem free and great looking coin, which would make a great addition to your collection. It is much better than the scan suggest. Please see photos for additional condition information.