Nearly identical to the venerable 8 Reales, these Pesos followed the 1897 discontinuation of coinage denominated in reales, and were used until the introduction of the Caballito peso in 1910.
- Contains .7859 oz of Silver.
- Coins will be packaged in protective flips, and will be dates of our choosing.
- Coins will be in AU or better condition.
- Obverse: Mexican coat of arms featuring a golden eagle perched atop a cactus, devouring a snake.
- Reverse: Radiant Phrygian cap with the inscription "LIBERTAD." Denomination, mint, date, assayer mark, and Silver content (as "10 Ds. 20 Gs.") below.
- Produced at various mints throughout Mexico from 1898-1909.
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These classic Pesos are a great way to appreciate the long, illustrious history of Mexican numismatics, and serve as a great entry to the extensive world of foreign Silver coinage. Add one, or several, to your cart today!
Listed in Krause as KM#409.2
Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.