1758, Peru, Ferdinand VI of Spain. Silver 2 Reales Coin. (Damaged!) Pillar type!
Mint Year: 1758 Reference: KM-53. Mint Place: Lima (Peru) Denomination: 2 Reales Condition: Pierced, scratches, otherwise about XF! Diameter: 27mm Weight: 6.47gm Material: Silver
Obverse: Crowned hemispheres, set on Gibraltar, between crowned and banner-entwined pillars of Hercules. Legend: VTRA QUE VNUM * LM * I787 * JM * Translation: "(he) united them (the old and the new world)"
Reverse: Shield of Arms of Castile and León, flanked by letter (R) and denomination numeral (2). Legend:. FRED . VI . D . G . HISP . ET IND . R .
Ferdinand VI, (23 September 1713 – 10 August 1759), King of Spain from 9 July 1746 until his death. He was the fourth son of the previous monarch Philip V and his first wife Maria Luisa of Savoy. Ferdinand, the second member of the Spanish Bourbon dynasty, was born in Madrid on 23 September 1713.