Centenario Gold Coins for Sale
The Gold Centenario was first minted in 1921 to mark the 100th anniversary of Mexico's independence from Spain. It celebrates the victory of Mexico against the colonial power Spain after a long war of independence in 1821. The value of the gold Centenario is based on the daily price of gold. Centenarios minted during the first decade of production command especially high collectors' prices.
Technical data about Centenario:
Mint: Casa de Moneda de Mexico
Denomination: 50 Mexican Pesos ( MXP) Precious Metal: gold 900/1000 Weight: 37.50 g Diameter: 37 mm Thickness: 2.69 mm Edge:Serrated
Front Motif: The front features Mexico's coat of arms, a Golden Eagle sitting on a cactus with a rattlesnake in its beak, along with inscription Estados Unidos Mexicanos.
Reverse Motif: The back of this coin features the Goddess of Victory wearing a laurel wreath and holding broken chains stands in front of the volcanoes Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl. Each one has inscriptions indicating the coin's value and fineness.
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