This Mexican coin dates back to 1752, and features the classic Pillar Dollar design. Due to hairlines from old mishandling, this coin is offered at a discounted price.
- Contains .0981 oz Silver, and is approximately the size of a U.S. nickel.
- NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the authenticity of this coin.
- Obverse: Crowned arms of Castile and Leon. Denomination surrounding.
- Reverse: One of the most iconic designs in all of numismatic history, two globes, representing the Old World and the New World, are joined under a Spanish crown with the motto "utraque unum," meaning "both are one," above. The Pillars of Hercules flank the globes. Date and "Mo" mintmark below.
- Minted in Mexico City.
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