Brazilian Coins Part III - Republican issues

Republic of Federated Brazil (1889 - present) The King was forced out, a military general took power and Brazil was proclaimed a Republic.

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Peter II, 4000 Reis  1696 uncirculated but with 3 small scratches in shield side (rev) (purchased from Ramiro Matos, M3C Numismatica, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil) Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694. Brazil's first standard or true coin mint was opened in the city of Salvador, Province of Bahia in 1694.