Mexico 25 Peso Olympic

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

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 1955-56 Mexico

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

Reverse:? Lettering:
INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD?· HIDALGO
Edge:?Reeded
Weight?28.888?g? –??Diameter?40?mm

Cuauhtemoc Cinco Pesos Mexico Coins

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)

Coin Highlights:

  • 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.