1715 Fleet - 2 Escudo - Santa Fe De Bogota Mint - Presented in an 18K gold mount

        "1715 Fleet Gold 2 Escudo"
Denomination: 2 Escudo
Mint: Santa Fe De Bogata 
Reign: Philip V
Asssyer: Not Visible
Date: Not Visible
Weight: 6.8 grams
Grade: Mint
Mount: 7.8g - 18k Gold 
History: On July 27th the combined Fleet of Don Antonio de Echeverz and Captain-General Juan Estevan de Ubilla weighed anchor in Havana.  The convoy heads northeast, bound for the Gulf of Florida and then to Spain. At 2:00 am on July 31st,  violent hurricane force winds blow from the East-north-east. One after another the ships are driven onto the shore of Florida into the the jagged reefs.  Ten of the eleven ships are pounded to death, some with all hands. The treasure of these ships is spread over miles of beach spewed out over rocks, shallows, and sand. Some are recovered by a salvage operation in 1716. But most lie in these waters, undisturbed for another 265 years.