SPANISH COLONIAL POTOSI COBB OF 1702. Pillars and Waves Type cobb is the third type of Spanish colonial silver coin design in the New World. Struck at the Bogotá, Potosi, Cartagena, and Lima mints in the time period of 1651 to 1773 - all with dates. The Potosi cobb is an eight reale piece struck from a heated piece of silver bar. The obverse displays a cross with lions and castles in the four quadrants. The reverse shows a pair of pillars with waves and incorporating a simple shield with lions and castles in the four quadrants in place of the cross on the other, as in the earlier pillar type. You are in the REPRODUCTION section. These pieces are NOT original coins. Each coin has the word COPY struck on the reverse of the coin. Payment methods: Seller accepts PayPal. Shipping Methods: buyer will pay $3.00 for First Class Mail. For international shipments we use Priority Mail International for $13.00 for multiple coins. Insured mail is not required, but should the buyer choose uninsured, untraceable mail, the seller assumes NO RESPONSIBILITY. Additional coin reproductions are found at Warrens Coins at http://stores.eCRATER.com/warrenscoins.Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.