Mexican Silver Coins –??Monedas de plata de México
Silver coins produced and circulated in México.
Mexico One (1) ounce, Silver Onza Balance Scale?
Coin Highlights:?Contains 33.625 grams of .925 fine Silver for total of 1 oz of pure silver.
Dated 1979 or 1980, these bullion coins are generally almost uncirculated or better (some may have toning).
Obverse: “Casa de Moneda de Mexico” and the date with an image of a screw press.
Reverse: Una Onza Troy de Plata Pura with a set of balance scales at the center.
Mexico Silver One Ounce (Un Onza) Ley .999 circa 1992
These silver coins are minted on various sizes, including 1/2 oz, 1, oz, 2 oz, and 5 ounce as collector items.
The example shown is from 1932. These Mexican 1 Peso silver coins contain 72% pure silver and have an actual silver weight of 0.3856 troy ounces!
1955-1956-? Mexico Silver 10 Pesos Hidalgo XF-AU (ASW 0.8357 oz)
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
Commemorative issue,?19th Summer Olympics, Mexico 1968
Mexico Circulated Silver Coinage Intrinsic Value Table
These coins were in standard circulation until silver was removed from all Mexican circulating coinage in 1979. The values below only reflect the silver value, not rarity or numismatic value. All values shown in the lists on the above link are in USD.