These 1957-1967 Mexican Pesos each contain .0514 oz of Silver minted on .100 fine Silver planchets. These were the last circulating Silver Mexican 1 Peso coins.
- Contains .0514 oz of Silver, as 16 grams of .100 fine.
- Coins are packaged in protective plastic flips.
- Obverse: The National Coat of Arms of Mexico, an eagle clutching a snake in its beak while perched atop a cactus. Date and denomination below.
- Reverse: Bust of José Morelos.
- Edge: Lettering reading "Independencia y Libertad."
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One of the least expensive ways to get started with collecting foreign world Silver, the 1957-1967 Mexican Peso is a great introduction to the world of Mexican coinage. Add several to your cart today!