Private Collection Coin minted at the Madrid mint in 1752. 1/2 Reales Cob - Presented a sterling silver ring with an 18K coin bezel.

Denomination: 1/2 Reales 

Reign: Ferdinand VI

Dated: 1752

Assayer: - J.B.

Mint: Madrid, Spain

Description: Private Collection coin mounted a in Sterling Silver ring mount with a 14K coin accented setting.  

Note: Message us with your ring size. Can be sized from size 8 to size 13 

Ferdinand VI ( Fernando; 23 September 1713 – 10 August 1759), called the Learned (el Prudente) and the Just (el Justo), was King of Spain from 9 July 1746 until his death. He was the third ruler of the Spanish Bourbon dynasty. He was the son of the previous monarch, Philip V and his first wifeMaria Luisa of Savoy.

Ferdinand VI's reign proved peaceful, as he avoided involving of Spain in any European conflicts. Moderate changes to Spain were initiated under the king, including reforms of taxation, advance commerce, and the Spanish navy, as well as a ban on freemasonary However, the last years of Ferdinand's reign were marked by mental instability, much like his direct predecessor Phillip V. Upon his death, Ferdinand was succeeded by his half-brother, Charles III.