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1977 - 1979 Mexican Silver -100 Pesos

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    Specifications

    • Title: 1977 - 1979 Mexican Silver -100 Pesos
    • Purity: .720
    • Metal: Silver
    • Weight: .643 oz

    Full Description

    These 100 Pesos were minted by the famous Mexico City Mint during the years of 1977-1979. Due to a short production run, they are a limited form of bullion that is great for investors. Because only 15.8 million were minted, this coin is a perfect opportunity to get your hands on a unique form of bullion.

    The Obverse

    The obverse of the 100 Pesos features the Mexican coat of arms, which is an Eagle grasping a snake while it sits atop a prickly cactus. Above the Eagle is the phrase "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" translated to English "United Mexican States."

    The Reverse

    The reverse showcases a bust of Jose Maria Morelos, he is one of Mexico's most noted heroes of the revolutionary war with Spain. Originally a priest for the Catholic faith, Morelos was recruited by the legendary rebel Miguel Hidalgo who quickly gave him the rank of Colonel. Also shown on the reverse is "CIEN" (100) "PESOS" to the left with the year, and the mint mark "Mo" shown on the right. Below are the words "PLATA PURA" (Pure Silver) and "20 Gr. LEY .720" for the weight and purity of the silver.

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    These 100 Pesos were minted by the famous Mexico City Mint during the years of 1977-1979. Due to a short production run, they are a limited form of bullion that is great for investors. Because only 15.8 million were minted, this coin is a perfect opportunity to get your hands on a unique form of bullion.

    The Obverse

    The obverse of the 100 Pesos features the Mexican coat of arms, which is an Eagle grasping a snake while it sits atop a prickly cactus. Above the Eagle is the phrase "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" translated to English "United Mexican States."

    The Reverse

    The reverse showcases a bust of Jose Maria Morelos, he is one of Mexico's most noted heroes of the revolutionary war with Spain. Originally a priest for the Catholic faith, Morelos was recruited by the legendary rebel Miguel Hidalgo who quickly gave him the rank of Colonel. Also shown on the reverse is "CIEN" (100) "PESOS" to the left with the year, and the mint mark "Mo" shown on the right. Below are the words "PLATA PURA" (Pure Silver) and "20 Gr. LEY .720" for the weight and purity of the silver.

    These 100 Pesos were minted by the famous Mexico City Mint during the years of 1977-1979. Due to a short production run, they are a limited form of bullion that is great for investors. Because only 15.8 million were minted, this coin is a perfect opportunity to get your hands on a unique form of bullion.

    The Obverse

    The obverse of the 100 Pesos features the Mexican coat of arms, which is an Eagle grasping a snake while it sits atop a prickly cactus. Above the Eagle is the phrase "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" translated to English "United Mexican States."

    The Reverse

    The reverse showcases a bust of Jose Maria Morelos, he is one of Mexico's most noted heroes of the revolutionary war with Spain. Originally a priest for the Catholic faith, Morelos was recruited by the legendary rebel Miguel Hidalgo who quickly gave him the rank of Colonel. Also shown on the reverse is "CIEN" (100) "PESOS" to the left with the year, and the mint mark "Mo" shown on the right. Below are the words "PLATA PURA" (Pure Silver) and "20 Gr. LEY .720" for the weight and purity of the silver.

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    Full Description

    These 100 Pesos were minted by the famous Mexico City Mint during the years of 1977-1979. Due to a short production run, they are a limited form of bullion that is great for investors. Because only 15.8 million were minted, this coin is a perfect opportunity to get your hands on a unique form of bullion.

    The Obverse

    The obverse of the 100 Pesos features the Mexican coat of arms, which is an Eagle grasping a snake while it sits atop a prickly cactus. Above the Eagle is the phrase "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" translated to English "United Mexican States."

    The Reverse

    The reverse showcases a bust of Jose Maria Morelos, he is one of Mexico's most noted heroes of the revolutionary war with Spain. Originally a priest for the Catholic faith, Morelos was recruited by the legendary rebel Miguel Hidalgo who quickly gave him the rank of Colonel. Also shown on the reverse is "CIEN" (100) "PESOS" to the left with the year, and the mint mark "Mo" shown on the right. Below are the words "PLATA PURA" (Pure Silver) and "20 Gr. LEY .720" for the weight and purity of the silver.

    Specifications

    • Title: 1977 - 1979 Mexican Silver -100 Pesos
    • Purity: .720
    • Metal: Silver
    • Weight: .643 oz
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