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    • Coin - Spanish Colonial 1 Real (1799?)

    • Coin - Spanish Colonial 1 Real (1799?)

    • Coins; Money

    • Obverse side of coin depicts the bust of Carolus IIII, and the inscription "Dei Gratia"; the year is possibly 1799. The reverse margin is inscribed "HISPAN ET IND REX M 1R F M" with the crown and coat of arms of Castile and León.
    • Coin - Spanish 2 reales (date unknown)

    • Coin - Spanish 2 reales (date unknown)

    • Coins; Money

    • Obverse side of coin depicts shield and crown, with "Philippus" on margin. Reverse side of coin depicts the coat of arms of Castile and León. Date not known, but likely from early to mid 1700's; possibly minted during Spanish King Philip V's...
    • Gourd cup

    • Gourd cup

    • Drinking vessels

    • This drinking container is made from the dried, hollowed-out shell of a gourd. The container may also be called a calabash, named after the French and Spanish words for gourd.
    • Horse bit

    • Horse bit

    • Horses; Ironwork

    • This Spanish horse bit is designed with two curved iron side pieces ending in loops. The pieces are joined with a semi-circular iron mouthpiece. A bit is the metal mouthpiece of a bridle that serves to control, curb, and direct an animal.
    • Animal bit

    • Animal bit

    • Ironwork

    • This is a Spanish Colonial iron ring bit designed in the Moorish tradition. It has a curved mouthpiece and cheekplates. Small dangles known as "ficas" adorn the sides of the bit, and lengths of chain are attached to either side. The bit is the...
    • Brass stirrups

    • Brass stirrups

    • Saddlery; Riding; Horses

    • These brass shoe-shaped stirrups have upturned pointed toes and open backs. The metal is ornately embossed in the style of the Spanish conquistador.
    • Woven sash

    • Woven sash

    • Textiles; Beads; Indians of North America

    • This sash is woven from red, blue, and khaki colored threads believed to be from Spanish military uniforms. The piece is designed with white beads and fringe, and was thought to be worn by Encarnacion Chireno, who died in the Battle of Nacogdoches...

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