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Mexican Silver Commemorative Coins

Mexican commemorative coins differ from typical bullion collections in that they are issued and approved by the Bank of Mexico. Mexico's Mint history expands back to 1535. These silver coins encapsulate extensive archaeological, political, and societal history artistically.

Aztec Calendar Silver Coins

The design of the Aztec Calendar Silver Coins features a detailed and intricate depiction of the Aztec Calendar Stone on the reverse side of the coin. The front side of the coin displays the Mexican coat of arms, which includes an eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak, symbolizing the founding of Mexico City.

These coins are minted in .999 fine silver and are highly sought after by investors and collectors due to their beautiful design, historical significance, and the quality of the silver used in their production. They also tend to hold their value when compared to the everchanging global price of silver.

The Mexican Mint has been producing the Aztec Calendar Silver Coins since 1982. However, the coins' design has changed over the years. In the earlier years of production, the coins featured a more simplistic rendition of the Aztec Calendar Stone. In recent years, the design has been updated to include more intricate details and a three-dimensional effect, making the coins even more visually stunning.

Our Most Popular Mexican Coin: 2021 Mexico Silver Bicentennial of National Independence

This coin consists of 1 oz of .925 fine silver and has a limited mintage of 5,000 silver proof coins. The obverse features the national coat of arms featuring the words, “Estados Unidos Mexicanos." The reverse features the portraits of Miguel Hidalgo, Jose Maria Morelos and Vicente Guerrero. This coin is backed by the Banco de México.

About the Mexican Mint

The Mexican Mint, also known as La Casa de Moneda de México, is the national mint of Mexico responsible for producing the country's official currency, the Mexican peso. It is one of the oldest mints in the Americas and has a rich history that spans several centuries.

The Mexican Mint's gold coins and silver coins are renowned for their craftsmanship and beauty. The mint has created many coins, from circulating currency to commemorative and collector's coins. The mint's coins feature distinct designs that reflect Mexico's rich cultural heritage, historical events, iconic figures, and natural wonders. Some notable coins include the Mexican Silver Libertad, the Mexican Gold Centenario, and the Mexican Gold and Silver Onza.

The Mexican Mint has played a crucial role in preserving Mexico's numismatic heritage and promoting its culture through the artistry of its coins. It remains an essential institution in Mexico and remains responsible for producing high-quality coins and maintaining the integrity of the country's currency.

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