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Mexican Silver Coin Values


mexican silver coin values
    mexican silver
  • Millesimal fineness is a system of denoting the purity of platinum, gold and silver alloys by parts per thousand of pure metal by mass in the alloy. For example, an alloy containing 75% gold is denoted as "750". Many European countries use decimal hallmark stamps (i.e.
  • 800 parts per thousand silver in combination with 200 parts per thousand other metals.
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  • (Coin Value) The value of a collector?s coin depends above all on the numbers still available (rarity), and, furthermore, the condition, if old coins are concerned (value specifications in catalogues are guidelines for sales prices).
mexican silver coin values - 2009 North
2009 North American Coins & Prices
2009 North American Coins & Prices
No other coin book embodies the detailed and comprehensive coverage of the coins of this region like this three-in-one guide! You?ll find listings of early U.S. Colonial issues to modern commemoratives and sets at the forefront of today?s coin popularity, the earliest of Mexico?s Cob coinage to modern bullion, and early Canadian Royal coinage to today?s commemoratives. Fully illustrated with obverse and reverse photos, this guide sets you up for success with pricing in up to 11 condition grades.

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Reina Isabel II and BPI
Reina Isabel II and BPI
BPI was established on August 1, 1851 as the Banco Espanol-Filipino de Isabel II (Spanish-Filipino Bank of Isabel II), named after the queen of Spain, Isabella II, the daughter of former king Ferdinand VII. The bank was the second Philippine bank during the Spanish era after a bank was founded by Francisco Rodriguez, a Filipino Quaker based in London, in 1830. Today, Rodriguez's bank no longer exists. The royal decree establishing the Banco Espanol-Filipino also gave it the power to print Philippine currency, the first time the Philippine peso was printed in the country (before 1851, a multitude of currencies were used, most notably the Mexican peso). They were originally called "pesos fuertes" (PF), or "strong pesos". First printed on May 1, 1852, they were reedemable at face value for gold or silver Mexican coins. The first deposit with the bank was also done on that day by a man named Fulgencio Barrera. Three days later, a Chinese man named Tadian became the first borrowing client of the bank after the bank discounted to him a promissory note amounting to ten thousand pesos fuertes. Following the cession of the Philippines to the United States following the signing of the 1898 Treaty of Paris, the bank changed from a Spanish institution to a Philippine one. On January 1, 1912, a decision by the shareholders of Banco Espanol-Filipino changed the name to the present Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), or Banco de las Islas Filipinas in Spanish. The basis for the name change was Act No. 1790, passed on October 12, 1907, which permitted the bank to change its name. The bank was also privatized during the American colonial period. -wikipedia.org
Casa Figueroa 980 Silver Mexican Taxco Bracelet
Casa Figueroa 980 Silver Mexican Taxco Bracelet
This is a truly one-of-a-kind solid silver piece weighing 2.3 oz. The back is clearly stamped 980 to indicate fine silver, which has a higher silver content than sterling. The stamp says "Taxco Casa Figueroa", a historic and influential workshop and art school that was founded by artist Fidel Figueroa in Taxco, Mexico, the home of world-renowned silver.

mexican silver coin values
mexican silver coin values
Gold Coin, Mexico 2 1/2 Peso (.0603 Oz Pure Gold)
"1/4 Hidalgo", the two and one half Peso Mexican gold piece: Gold Mexican coins are some of the most beautiful in the world, minted by Estadodos Unidos Mexicanos (United States of Mexico), at Casa de Moneda de Mexico, North America's oldest mint. First issued in 1921 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain. The coins were minted in denomination from the small 2 Peso up to the huge 1.2 ounce 50 Peso coin. The Gold Pesos were minted in .900 (90%) purity, giving the coin physical strength and hardness. This 2 1/2 Peso gold coin weighs in at .067 Troy Ounces, containing .0603 Troy Ounces of pure gold. It is slightly smaller in diameter, and thinner, than the 1/10 Oz American Eagle Gold Coin. Rich in history, the gold Mexican Peso coins are a beautiful, interesting , and valuable addition to your collection. The reverse shows the Mexican Coat of Arms symbol of an eagle perched on a cactus clutching a serpent in its beak. The obverse depicts a bust of Miguel Hidalgo.

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