Mexican Coin History

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The renowned “Casa de Moneda de México” introduced the iconic 50-pesos Centenario gold coin in 1921, commemorating the centenary of Mexican independence from Spain. The obverse of this historic coin features Libertad, the goddess of liberty, who has evolved to become the enduring symbol of Mexican bullion and a representation of Mexican independence. On the reverse side, the coin showcases an eagle with a snake, forming Mexico’s national coat of arms.

Gold coins with lower face values, such as the 20-pesos “Azteca” and the 10-pesos “Hidalgo,” intricately memorialize Mexico’s turbulent history and the relentless struggle for freedom.

In homage to the rich history of Mexican coins, a unique tribute in the finest gold is set to be unveiled this year—the “Tribute Edition 2021 – Mexican Coin History.” Each of the six coin bars within this collection pays homage to an exceptional motif found on a Mexican coin. This gold collection holds not only historical significance but also captivates with breathtaking beauty. As a celebration of Mexican numismatic heritage, this Tribute Edition stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of the country’s coinage and the artistry that has shaped its monetary history.

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