Spanish Gold Four Escudos of Philip II. Circa 1560 - 80. Struck at the Seville Mint. The gold original was recovered from the wreck of the Girona, a galleass af the Spanish Armada, sunk off the Irish coast in 1588. Obverse : crowned royal arms of Philip II of Spain, inscribed PHILIP-PVS GRATIA; reverse : Cross of Jerusalem in quatrefoil with annulets in spandrils, inscription continues : HISPANIARUM REX. Ulster Museum, Belfast. Diameter 32mm.