# Valuation of another three two-real pieces and new estimate of the total amount to be produced by the reminting as 4,189,000 two-real pieces.

The three spanish pieces of two Ryals which were sent to me by your Lordships order {to} be examined are very unequally coined. One of them weighd 3^{dwt} 6$\frac{1}{4}$ grains & is 4$\frac{1}{2}$^{dwt} worse then our standard. Another weighd 3^{dwt} 13^{grains} & is standard scant. A third weighs 3 ^{dwt} 10$\frac{2}{3}$^{gr} & is 4$\frac{1}{2}$^{dwt} worse. These three & that which by your lordships order I caused to be assayed some weeks agoe & which was 3$\frac{1}{2}$^{dwt} worse then standard, & weighed 3^{dwt} 6^{gr}, are one with another at a medium in weight 3^{dwt} 9^{gr} & in Assay 3$\frac{3}{16}$^{dwt} worse than standard & in value 10^{d}$\frac{5}{16}$.+^{[1]} And if a Mexico piece of eight be worth 4^{s} 6^{d} then 800000 pieces of eight will make about 4189000 two Ryall pieces of K. Charles.

5 Carolu's & $\frac{2}{9}$ of a Carolus equal a Mexico piece of 8. 47 Caroluses equal 9 pieces of 8 & 8000000 pieces of 8 should make 4180000 Carolusses.

If a piece of 8 be recconed at 54^{d}, 800000 pieces of 8 will make 4189100 Carolusses. But $\frac{1}{3}$ per 100 abated brings it to 4175000