Moneda sextante (3,2 cm).
Moneda Onza (2,8 cm).
Moneda semisse (6 cm).
Moneda cuadrante (3,6 cm).
It was a Spanish coin of 100 escudos of gold issued in 1609 under the reign of Felipe III, it was also minted under the reigns of Felipe IV and Carlos II, it has a weight of 359 grams of gold
Moneda triente (4,2 cm).
Templar seal coin finished in aged brass. Diameter 4 cm, weight 35 grams.
The Royals of a 8 had a nominal value of 8 reales in Spain; often the coins were physically cut into eight pieces, or sometimes into four quarters to achieve a smaller change
Reproduces of coins made of metal with antique finish and reproduced as a result of historical research.