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Silver coin of approximately 38 mm diameter worth eight Spanish reales. Wikipedia

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    • Brunei agreed to cede all territory in northern Borneo under its control, with the Sultan receiving an annual payment of $12,000, while the Temenggong received a sum of $3,000.Sabah-Wikipedia
    • By analogy with this lion dollar, Spanish pesos—with the same weight and shape as the lion dollar—came to be known as Spanish dollars.United States dollar-Wikipedia
    • The American dollar coin was initially based on the value and look of the Spanish dollar or piece of eight, used widely in Spanish America from the 16th to the 19th centuries.United States dollar-Wikipedia
    • According to the treaty, Ali would be crowned as the Sultan of Johor and receive $5,000 (in Spanish dollars) with an allowance of $500 per month.Johor Bahru-Wikipedia
    • Governor Lachlan Macquarie solved the second problem by creating two coins from every Spanish silver dollar in circulation.Sydney-Wikipedia
    • To alleviate the shortage of silver coins, between 1797 and 1804, the Bank of England counterstamped Spanish dollars (8 reales) and other Spanish and Spanish colonial coins for circulation.Pound sterling-Wikipedia

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