1915-CHa FM Mexico Silver Peso AU-58 PCGS (Chihuahua)

1915-CHa FM Mexico Silver Peso AU-58 PCGS (Chihuahua)

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Minted during the tumultuous revolutionary period of Mexican history (1910-1920), this peso was produced by the Army of the North under Pancho Villa. This attractive coin is an excellent example of this fascinating type.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains approximately .85 oz of Silver.
  • Minted in the Mexican state of Chihuahua by rebels loyal to Pancho Villa.
  • Encapsulation by PCGS protects and guarantees the Almost Uncirculated-58 grade of this coin.
  • Obverse: Mexican national coat of arms featuring a golden eagle atop a cactus clutching a snake in its beak.
  • Reverse: Radiant liberty cap with denomination, "CHa" mint mark, date, assayer and fineness below.
  • KM-619.

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