1866-Mo Mexico Silver Peso Maximilian XF

1866-Mo Mexico Silver Peso Maximilian XF

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For a brief period in the 1860s, European powers, particularly France, attempted to reestablish the Mexican Empire. Maximilian I, an Austrian archduke and the only ruler of the ill-fated attempt, is featured on this beautiful coin.

Coin Highlights:
  • Struck at the Mexico City Mint during the rule of Emperor Maximilian I (1864-1867).
  • Mintage of 2,148,000.
  • This coin is in Extra Fine condition.
  • Obverse: Bust of Maximilian I right.
  • Reverse: Crowned arms with swords crossed behind and flanked by griffins. Denomination and date below.
  • KM-388.1.

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