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Mexico

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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: $175.00
    Now: $139.00
  • Mexico 1732-1772 Pillar 1/2 Real Image 1

    Mexico 1732-1772 Pillar 1/2 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...

    $159.00
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  • Mexico 1898-1809 Cap and Rays Silver Peso Extra Fine

    Mexico 1898-1809 Cap & Rays Silver Peso Extra Fine

    After the discontinuation of reales in 1898, these big, short-lived silver pesos were introduced. The new peso still had the same silver content (more than a U.S. silver dollar!) and dimensions as the eight reales coin it replaced. The Mexican coat of...

    $169.00
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  • Mexico 1947-1948 Aztec Silver 5 Pesos Brilliant Uncirculated Image 1

    Mexico 1947-1948 Aztec Silver 5 Pesos Uncirculated

    Mexico's silver coin tradition is the oldest in the Americas and this much-admired, short-lived type issued by the Bank of Mexico ranks very high in popularity. Shown is a deeply embossed portrait of the valiant Cuauhtémoc, nephew of Montezuma and the...

    $89.00
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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 early...

    Was: $29.00
    Now: $19.00