Mexico Gold 50 Pesos AGW 1.2057 (Random Year)
|Mint Mark:||Not Shown - Mexico City|
|Metal Content:||1.2057 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Mexico City Mint|
As low as $17.99 per oz over spot!
These large Mexican Gold coins (Pesos) are popular with collectors and are often referred to as a "centenario" in tribute to Mexico's year of independence from Spain: 1821. Mexican Gold 50 Pesos offer an efficient way to add to your Gold holdings.
- Contains 1.2057 oz of Gold.
- Gold Pesos are packaged in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes.
- Almost Uncirculated to Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- Obverse: Features the iconic Winged Victory "The Angel of Independence" design.
- Reverse: Mexico's national coat of arms featuring a golden eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak.
- Issued by Banco de México from 1921-1947.
- Most Pesos were minted with the restrike year of 1947.
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This Gold 50 Pesos coin is the largest bullion coin from Mexico, and it is a great way to add to your Gold holdings with a single purchase. Enhance your investment portfolio by adding this Mexican Gold 50 Pesos to your cart today!
Dates on these random year Gold Pesos will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
Collect vintage Mexican Gold Pesos for more than their investment value. These Gold Pesos, issued from 1921 to 1947, hold a lot of symbolic value and they are great-looking coins to display. The pure Gold coins reach back to Mesoamerican symbolism and Mexican Gold coins also show off one of the most iconic additions to coins of the Americas: The eagle. Start Gold coin investing with these exquisite coins, or add the Gold coins to your existing collection. Also consider maximum-security storage with Citadel Global Depository Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of APMEX.
The Mexican Gold Pesos issued from 1921 to 1947 are iconic Gold coins that feature the Mexican coat of arms on the reverse – a symbol that has much meaning. The symbolism on the 50 Gold Pesos comes from Mesoamerican beliefs and texts. The snake on these pure Gold coins is usually considered a symbol of the earth and a representative of the god Quetzalcoatl and the goddess Coatlicue. The Mexican Gold coins also feature nopal (cactus) and an eagle, which represented the sun god Huitzilopochtli – an important deity, considering they thought of themselves as "People of the Sun." On the Mexican Gold Pesos and in other depictions, the eagle is holding the snake in its mouth, which would later be interpreted by Europeans as a tale of good and evil, where the good eagle conquered the evil snake. With the rich symbolism, Gold coin investing is more than financial – it's a fun way to collect history in Gold coin form.
50 Mexican Gold Pesos are just the beginning of Gold coin investing at APMEX. In addition to these Gold Pesos, we have Mexican Gold coins in other denominations, including 2 Pesos, 2 1/2 Pesos, 5 Pesos, 10 Pesos and 20 Pesos. For Gold coin investing purposes, the real value is by the weight of Gold in each of these coins, which contain more than 1 ounce of Gold with 1.205 oz Gold. And don't miss other Mexican Gold coins from our vintage collection that offers a look at other historical Gold coins from Mexico to add to your investment portfolio.
Collecting Mexican Gold Pesos can be the beginning of a great collection – or add these Mexican Gold coins to round out your existing Gold collection. Gold pesos are fun to collect, and these coins offer a stable investment even as the economy goes in the wrong direction, taking other investments lower. That’s why Gold coin investing is a good idea. You can begin to build your investment based on Precious Metal content alone, or you can start investing in coins with numismatic value like these Gold Pesos with their gorgeous designs. In addition to Mexican Gold Coins, also add Silver American Eagles and Gold American Eagles to a coin collection of the Americas – or a coin collection of eagles!