Commemorative issue,?19th Summer Olympics, Mexico 1968
Obverse:?Coat of arms. With legend at top. Value (25 pesos)? at left, fineness and mint mark at right..
Lettering:??ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS
25 PESOS –?LEY? –?0.720? –?Mo
Translation:??United States of Mexico
25 Pesos –?0.720 silver –?Mexico City Mint
Reverse:??Pelota player with court on background. With legend all around and Olympic rings at bottom.
Lettering:?JUEGOS DE LA XIX OLIMPIADA MEXICO 1968
Translation:?19th Olympic games Mexico 1968
Edge:?Smooth with lettering.?Lettering:?INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD
Translation:?Independence and Freedom
Mexico Un Peso Silver Coin
These Mexican 1 Peso silver coins contain 72% pure silver and have an actual silver weight of 0.3856 troy ounces!
Hidalgo Diez Pesos 1955 – 1956 Mexico
1955-1956-? Mexico Silver 10 Pesos Hidalgo XF-AU (ASW 0.8357 oz)
Obverse:?Lettering:??· DIEZ PESOS ·
ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS
28.888 G·1956·LEY 900
INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD?· HIDALGO
Cuauhtemoc Cinco Pesos Mexico Coins
One of the most popular vintage Mexican coin designs, this 2-year-type coin features a stylized depiction of the last Aztec emperor, giving a distinctly Mesoamerican appearance to this crown-sized Silver coin.
Silver content Gramos Ley 0.900
1947-1948 Mexico Silver 5 Pesos Cuauhtemoc
XF-AU (ASW 0.8681 oz)
Contains .8681 oz actual Silver weight, as 30 grams of .900 fine.
Large 40 mm diameter coin, roughly the size of an American Silver Eagle.
Coins sold in this listing will show minimal wear, but will retain full or nearly-full detail.
Obverse: National coat of arms of Mexico, depicting a triumphant golden eagle perched atop a cactus, with a snake clenched in its beak.
Reverse: Bust of Cuauhtemoc, the last Aztec emperor, wearing an elaborate Aztec-style headdress.
Produced by the Bank of Mexico from 1947-1948.