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  • America's First Silver Dollar 8 Reale Fine Image 1

    America's First Silver Dollar 8 Reale Fine

    Minted from 1772 to 1825 in silver-rich New Spain, this famous coin was by far the most favored silver dollar of the 13 Colonies. Even after U.S. Mint silver dollars were issued, this silver-laden coin remained legal-tender in the U.S. until 1857...

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    Mexico 1732-1772 Pillar 1 Real Image 1

    Mexico 1732-1772 Pillar 1 Real

    Because of its consistency, the Spanish dollar was widely used by many countries as the first international currency. In 1775, the Continental Congress declared the Spanish 8-reales or 8-bit dollar legal tender for the new nation and by extension the...

    Was: $129.00
    Now: $119.00
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  • Mexico 1772-1825 Two Bit Bust Silver 2 Reale Good Image 1

    Mexico 1772-1825 Two Bit Bust Silver 2 Reale Good

    Containing more silver than U.S. Mint quarters, the Spanish-American 2 reales (two bits) was favored in commerce and remained legal tender in the U.S. until 1857. Far fewer were minted than the more familiar 8 reales silver dollar (which was sometimes...

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  • Mexico 1824-1897 Cap and Ray Silver 8 Reale Very Fine Image 1

    Mexico 1824-1897 Cap and Ray Silver 8 Reale Very Fine

    This first silver dollar of the Mexican Republic contains more silver than classic U.S. Mint silver dollars. For decades it was legal tender in the U.S.A. and continued to circulate informally - especially in the South and West - later in the 19th...

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    Mexico 1858-1864 Silver 8 Reales Certified Image 1

    Mexico 1858-1864 Silver 8 Reales Certified

    During the American Civil War Mexican silver coinage was made legal tender by the Confederate States. The South's lack of access to bullion kept them from creating coinage of their own. Issues like this Mexican Liberty Cap dollar might have been used at...

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    Now: $199.00
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  • Mexico 1957-1967 Peso Brilliant Uncirculated Image 1

    Mexico 1957-1967 Peso Brilliant Uncirculated

    Minted from 10% silver, these were the final circulating peso coins with precious metal content. Shown is a bust of José Morelos, a Roman Catholic priest and revolutionary rebel leader who led the Mexican War of Independence movement in the...

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    Mexico 1968 Summer Olympics Silver 25 Peso About Uncirculated Image 1

    Mexico 1968 Summer Olympics Silver 25 Pesos About Uncirculated

    Own the first BIG official Olympic silver commemorative! This magnificent coin inaugurated the tradition of large silver Olympic commemoratives. Shown is a Mayan athlete and playing field and the traditional image of an eagle on a cactus killing a snake...

    Was: $59.00
    Now: $45.00
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  • Spanish 1772-1825 One Bit Silver Reale Image 1

    Spanish 1772-1825 One Bit Silver Reale

    In 1775 the Continental Congress declared the Spanish 8 Reales or 8 Bit dollar legal tender for the new nation and by extension these smaller fractional Reales as well. Minted under Spanish rule in New Spain, these silver coins remained legal until 1857...

    $109.00
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