The 8 reales from Segovia, 1683 is the last time Spanish silver coin where the Portuguese coat of arms is depicted.
Aelia Eudoxia married the Byzantine Emperor Arcadius. She had the right to depict her image in coins until her death on 6 October 404.
In this aureus from Mediolanum (Milan), Aurelian appears wearing a cuirass and a laurel wreath. The reverse shows war god Mars and a captive seated.
The Delphi tridrachm is a very rare coin: only 14 specimens are known to exist and almost all of them can be traced back to the day they were found.
During the Siege of Antwerp, the city minted quite a lot of 5 cents and 10 cents obsidional coins, which present many variants. This is one of the rarest.
During the Spanish Empire, the mintage of 4 escudos was very low. Only 1.020 pieces of 4 escudos Santiago 1788 were minted and very few are known to exist.