Lima escudos struck 1696-1715 are styled “(1715)Fleet-era Limas” in current numismatic parlance. All of those dates except 1706 (no gold struck) and 1715 are found on 1715 Fleet wrecks. 1715 Lima escudos, first struck in February 1715, could not have reached Echevers’ Fleet, which was already in Havana by late 1714. No gold from El Peru is known from the Fleet, but it is just possible, though very unlikely, that a traveler from Lima could have left Lima with February Lima gold and caught the combined fleets in Havana by late July 1715.
A date-by-date discussion of the 1696-1715 Lima gold coinage, including original mintages and survival rates, is available in my The Gold Cobs of El Peru (1696-1750). See some sample chapters posted in the Articles section of the site.