Part of Mexico's Pre-Columbian Collection, this 1/2 oz Silver coin features a Totonac bas-relief depicting an ceremonial ball game located in the ancient city of El Tajin.
- Contains 1/2 oz. of .999 fine Silver.
- Coin comes in protective plastic flip.
- Limited mintage of only 100,005 coins.
- Obverse: Mexican coat of arms inside a trapezoidal ornamental border, with weight and purity below.
- Reverse: Image of a Totonac bas-relief of a ceremonial ball game, with the legend "Bajorrelieve de El Tajin." Denomination of N$2 in exergue below.
An attractive coin on its own, or as part of a fuller collection of Pre-Columbian commemoratives, or modern Mexican silver in general. Add this 1993 Mexico Silver 2 Pesos to your cart today!
Spanning from 1992 to 1998, the Pre-Columbian Collection consisted of six series of coins, each honoring one of the six Pre-Columbian civilizations of South and Central America. Each series was comprised of a variety of gold and silver coins in various sizes. The 1993 issues celebrated the cultures indigenous to the Central Veracruz region of southern Mexico, primarily the Totonacs.