Mexico produced this fractional bullion coin as part of their Pre-Columbian Central Veracruz series. This 1 New Peso, 1/4 Onza coin is dated 1993 and includes .25 troy oz of .999-fine Silver. Depicted on the reverse of this uncommon coin are bas reliefs from Tajin, a pre-Columbian site in Veracruz. KM#567
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|Denomination:||1 New Peso|
|Metal Content:||0.25 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Mexico City Mint|