Exceedingly fine and rare late 18th / early 19th century Spanish colonial silver plate from Guatemala. Multiple hallmarks, including silversmith, Miguel Guerra, locality mark, a pair of smoke covered volcanos (Guatemala City) and the fiscal stamp in the form of a crown. Verso with burillada mark (a zig-zag line scratched in the silver to test silver content). Circa 1800.
Classic design of circular form with scalloped edge and visible center mark. High silver purity with excellent weight -- 15.82 troy ounces / 492 grams.
Dimensions: 9.5 inches diameter.
Condition notes: in overall excellent, original condition.
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