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The doubloon was a two-escudo or 32-real gold coin; weighing 6.867 grams ( 0.218 troy ounces) in 1537, and 6.766 grams from 1728, of .92 fine gold (22-carat  ... More »
dou·bloon
[duh-bloon]
NOUN
1.
a former gold coin of Spain and Spanish America, originally equal to two escudos but fluctuating in value.
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All have some form of the Jolly Roger struck on one side. The majority of pirate booty is gold doubloons. 2. In the United States, Sacajawea or Presidential dollar  ...

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Doubloon definition, a former gold coin of Spain and Spanish America, originally equal to two escudos but fluctuating in value. See more.

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he Spanish Doubloon was a seven-gram (.225 Troy-ounce) gold coin minted in Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish settlement of Nueva Grenada (present-day ...

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Jan 8, 2014 ... The gold doubloon was struck in 1787 and was the fledgling country's first ever coin intended for circulation in its emerging colonies.

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There is often confusion about what constitutes a doubloon. Doubloon comes from the Spanish Doblón which means to double; thus a doubloon is a coin of ...

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Gold Doubloons. After pieces of eight, the most famous treasure coins are probably gold doublooons (sometimes incorrectly spelt "dubloon"). They appear in ...