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.
Obverse of the 1793 coin bears the bust of King Charles IV, and the words "Carolus IIII Dei Gratia." The reverse features Spanish crown, coat of arms, and margin inscription "HISPAN ET IND REX M 8R F M"
Made of a white silicate mineral, this meerschaum pipe is shaped like the bust of a bearded man wearing a helmet and laurel, with an iron cross emblem at his neck. The pipe has an amber shaft and is accompanied by a brown case.