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Mexico Gold 50 Pesos Coin (Random) AU-BU

Mexico Gold 50 Pesos Coin (Random) AU-BU

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$2,597.91

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10 - 19 $2,603.94 $2,631.06 $2,712.44
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The largest Mexican Gold coins, which are also known as Centenario coins, are highly prized by collectors. The term "Peso" is frequently used to describe a Centenario in homage to Mexico's 100 years of independence from Spain.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1.2057 oz of Gold.
  • Gold Pesos are packaged in protective packaging. Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes.
  • Almost Uncirculated to Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
  • Obverse: Depicts Mexico's national coat of arms that features a golden eagle perched on a cactus and holding a snake in its beak.
  • Reverse: Showcases the iconic Winged Victory "The Angel of Independence" artwork that was Issued by Banco de México from 1921-1947.
  • Most Pesos were minted with the restrike year of 1947.


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About Mexican Gold Pesos

Each 50 Pesos Gold coin contains a little over 1 oz of Gold. Pesos are minted in Mexico City by the Mexican Mint (Banco de México). The Gold Peso contains 90% fine Gold and 10% Copper. The coins' increased density is due to the inclusion of Copper in the minting procedure. With Copper, the coins have been able to endure circulation wear over their long lifetime.

About the Angel of Independence
The Angel of Independence (El Ángel) is officially known as Monumento a la Independencia (translated to English: Monument to Independence).On the major road Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City, there is a victory column on a roundabout. The monument was erected in 1910 during Porfirio Díaz's term by architect Antonio Rivas Mercado to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mexico's War of Independence.

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