Many collectors and investors consider these coins to have the most intricate design of all world gold! Mexican Gold 20 Pesos offer an efficient way to add to your Gold holdings.
- Contains 0.4823 oz. of Gold.
- 27.5 mm in diameter, slightly smaller than a US half dollar.
- Coins are packaged in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes.
- Almost Uncirculated to Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- Obverse: Veinte Pesos surrounding the Cuauhxicalli Eagle Bowl Aztec Calendar or Sun Stone.
- Reverse: A golden eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak.
- Issued by Banco de México from 1917-1959.
- Most were minted with the restrike year of 1959.
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Mexican Gold Pesos offer many ways to effectively add to your Gold holdings with a single purchase. Enhance your investment portfolio by adding this Mexican Gold 20 Pesos to your cart today!
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The history of Mexican Gold coins
These Mexican coins were minted at the mint in Mexico City, which was the first mint established in the Americas by Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza under a royal decree from the Spanish Crown in 1535. The first world coins produced by the mint were Spanish coinage such as the 8 Reales - or "pieces of eight" - and the coins were made from Silver or Copper. Gold coin production at the Mexico mint did not begin until 1679 during the reign of the Hapsburg King Charles II. Mexican Pesos, such as these Gold coins, are descendants of this first coinage produced by the mint.
Why invest in Mexican Gold coins?
Mexican coins such as Mexico Gold 20 Peso are considered by many to be a wise investment because the Gold coins are easily recognizable, and Mexican currency was considered official legal tender in all of North America, including the U.S.A. and Canada, until the mid-1850s. These Mexican Gold coins range from almost uncirculated to brilliant uncirculated condition, and each one contains .4823 troy oz of Gold. Many add the Gold coins to investment portfolios as a way to offset inflation and economic downturns, which can affect the value of stocks and bonds. In addition to their value in Gold, these world coins also have numismatic or collector value.
Collect the Mexico Gold 20 Peso coin featuring the Aztec Sun Stone.
Add this Mexican Gold coin to your collection, and own a piece of Aztec history. The Mexican Gold coins on the obverse feature a rendering of the Aztec Sun Stone, which was discovered in 1790 buried in the main square of Mexico City. The Aztec Sun Stone is thought by many to have been carved between 1502 and 1521, and along with Mexican Gold coins, you will also find the design used in Mexican folk art. When showing the Gold coins to family and friends, you can discuss the many theories surrounding the Aztec Sun Stone about whether it was used primarily as an astrological calendar or a ritual altar.
Start a vintage world coin collection with the Mexican Gold 20 Peso coin.
Collecting vintage Gold coins from around the world is an activity enjoyed by many collectors. Start your collection with these Mexican Gold coins, and browse the inventory of world coins available at APMEX for more beautiful vintage Gold coins such as French Gold 20 Francs or Great Britain Gold Sovereigns. Other Gold coins with appealing designs that you might want to add to your collection include $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coins from the U.S. Mint and Gold 20 Corona coins from the Austrian Mint. Add world coins to your cart, and then peruse our inventory of attractive presentation boxes to protect your collection.