One of the rarities of Mexican numismatics, this short-lived type immediately followed the fall of the First Mexican Empire. Nearly unheard of in uncirculated grades, this well-preserved coin is an excellent example of this scarce type.
- Contains .7859 oz of Silver.
- Graded VF-30 by NGC. Only one coin (an XF-40) known finer at NGC, as of February 2017.
- NGC encapsulation protects the coin and guarantees the authenticity and condition.
- Obverse: Mexican national coat of arms featuring the unique hook-necked eagle.
- Reverse: Radiant liberty cap bearing the inscription "Libertad" with denomination, Go mintmark, date, assayer, and fineness below.
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This difficult Mexican type is rarely found, especially so well preserved, and almost none are well struck. This nice example is a must-have for any Mexican type collection.