This one-year type commemorates the centennial of Mexico's Constitution. Minted on a 10 peso planchet, this coin features a bust of Benito Juarez paired with an older coat of arms, one contemporary to the Constitution's signing.
- Contains .2411 oz actual Gold weight.
- Comes in a protective plastic flip.
- Obverse: Features a bust of Benito Juarez, the leader who oversaw the adoption of Mexico's 1857 Constitution.
- Reverse: Displays Mexico's coat of arms featuring a golden eagle devouring a snake. This centennial commemorative displays an older-style coat of arms, one contemporary to the mid-19th century, as would have been used on coins at the time of the Constitution's signing.
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Listed in Krause as KM#M123a.