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Rare Coins & Old U.S. Coins > Dollars > Spanish “Piece of Eight” Dollars : 1791-1811

Spanish “Piece of Eight” Dollars 1791-1811

Spanish “Piece of Eight” Dollars

1791-1811

The Spanish Milled Dollar, otherwise known as the "pillar dollar" or "piece of eight" has been honored in romantic literature throughout the ages. This coinage which depicts a profile of Ferdinand VII in a soliders dress, was Americas first U.S. Dollar. This time-hornored piece and its fractional parts (one-half, one, two and four reales) were the principal coins of the American colonists. They were also the forerunners of our own silver dollar and its fractional division.

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Spanish “Piece of Eight” Dollars: 1791-1811
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