One Mexican 1 Peso silver coin, minted between 1920-1945, in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. These coins have no wear and strong luster.
The coin's obverse shows a beams of light shining out from a liberty cap, an ancient symbol of freedom and a common numismatic motif. The reverse features the Mexican coat of arms, a golden eagle perches on a cactus and devours a snake. According to Aztec legend, an ancient prophecy foretold that the Aztecs would build a great city on the spot where they saw such an event. The city they founded was called Tenochtitlan - now known as Mexico City.
|Metal Alloy||Silver (.720 fine)|
|Reverse||"ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS"
"Mexican United States"
|Edge||"INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD"
"Independence and Liberty"
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