1952 Au 30% Silver Mexican 25 Centavos-nice Old Silver Coin From Mexico For Sale
Up for sale is this almost uncirculated 1952 .300 silver Mexican 25 Centavos coin. This coin was minted at Casa de Moneda de
Mexico, the oldest Mint in North America, established in 1536 and is about the size of a U.S. Nickel. In 1950 the Mexico City Mint re-introduced a 25 centavos silver coin.
It was unclear if the intent was to re-introduce the denomination or
the classic scale design used on 25 centavos coinage from 1869 to 1892.
Either way, the series was short lived and mintage was suspended after
1953. Design: The obverse design features the Mexican coat of arms, an eagle
clutching a snake while it perches on a prickly pear cactus. On the
outer periphery is the phrase “ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS” or as
translated to English “United Mexican States”. The reverse design features a scale (or balance) with a scroll in the
center with the Spanish word “LEY” (law). Behind the scale design is a
sword and above the design is a cap and rays design with word “LIBERTAD”
(liberty) engraved onto the cap. Also on the reverse is the
denomination “25” and “Cs.” As well as the year of issue and mint mark
“Mo” for the Mexico City Mint. The coin pictured is the coin you will receive securely packaged and shipped to you with a tracking number. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE BECAUSE I AM SURE YOU WILL BE HAPPY WITH THE PURCHASE OF THIS COIN!!! If you have any questions PLEASE contact me and PLEASE take a look at my other items I have listed. Thanks for looking and HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Years Minted: 1950-1953
Composition: 30% Silver
Weight: 3.33 grams (.0321 oz of silver)
Total Series Mintage: 185,640,000
Obverse Design: National Arms
Reverse Design: Scale Design
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