This medal was minted in 1975 to commemorate the history of Mexican numismatics. One of a series featuring iconic Mexican coins, this medal depicts the 1811 Oaxaca "SUD" 8 Reales.
- Contains 1.2057 oz of Gold.
- Mintage of only 100 pieces!
- NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the medal's condition and authenticity.
- Obverse: Depicts the obverse of the 1811 8 Reales, featuring denomination "8R" and date surrounded by a floral motif. Dates of the Mexican War of Independence (1810-1821) below. Date to right, "Mo" mintmark to left. Spanish inscription surrounds.
- Reverse: Features the reverse of the 1811 8 Reales, with a bow and arrow above the "SUD" monogram of General Morelos. Inscriptions honor the Mexican Mint's claim to fame as the first mint in the Americas, and the Sociedad Numismatica de Mexico.
- This is a nice medal that is seldom offered.
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Mexico has a long and storied numismatic history, and the Mexican Mint has frequently commemorated this history by featuring iconic historic coins on modern issues. This rare Gold medal, one of only 100 minted, is an excellent example of this. Enhance your investment portfolio by adding this Mexican Gold medal to your cart today!