Mexico's 2003 contribution to the multi-national Iberoamerican series features a Spanish galleon, recognizing the Spanish fleet in maintaining the Iberoamerican colonies. Limited mintage of only 17,105.
- Mexico's contribution to the sailing-themed fifth Iberoamerican Series.
- Contains .8029 oz Silver, as 27 grams of .925 fine.
- Obverse: Mexico's national coat of arms, encircled by the emblems of the 10 other nations that participated in the fifth series.
- Reverse: The Galeon de Acapulco at sea in front of a map depicting trade routes between Acapulco and the Philippines.
- Guaranteed by Banco de México.
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The Iberoamerican Series was an unprecedented international effort that lasted from 1991-2012, and saw participation from 16 different countries. Dedicated to celebrating the common heritage of Spain, Portugal, and the Latin American former colonies of the Iberian empires, this coin series consisted of Silver coins designed and produced by these individual nations focused on various themes.