Roughly the size of a U.S. dime, these subsidiary coins of the Mexican Peso bear the familiar Cap and Rays motif of contemporary Mexican coinage, and contain .0772 oz of Silver each.
- Contains .0772 oz of Silver.
- Coins will be packaged in protective flips, and will be dates of our choosing.
- Obverse: Mexican coat of arms featuring a golden eagle perched atop a cactus, devouring a snake.
- Reverse: Radiant Phrygian cap with the inscription "LIBERTAD" above a wreath of oak and laurel. Denomination, date, and 'M' mintmark below.
- Produced by Banco de Mexico from 1920-1943.
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These classic coins are a great way to explore the long, illustrious history of Mexican numismatics, or simply to diversify your Precious Metals holdings with some old Mexican Silver at relatively low premiums. Add one, or several, to your cart today!
Listed as KM#438.