The Mexican 50 peso gold coin, referred to as the gold Centenario by many numismatists, is arguably the most recognizable gold coin ever produced. These coins, which the Mexican Mint first had in 1921, are well-liked by collectors. Bullion Trading LLC currently offers 50 Peso Mexican Gold Coins for sale online.
The 50 peso Mexican gold coins offered in this product listing are each from a different year of production. When your payment is finalized, and the coin is picked for shipping, we will choose your specific Mexican gold coin 50 peso based on availability.
Since the Mexican Mint initially produced the 50 Peso gold coin in 1921 to mark the 100th anniversary of Mexico’s independence from Spanish colonial authority; now commonly referred to as the gold Centenario. From 1921 until 1931, the coins were regularly minted, and in 1943, the Mexican mint resumed production to accommodate the growing demand for gold coins. Most currencies in the collection produced between 1949 and 1972 have a fixed 1947 date mark.
Design of 50 Peso Mexican Gold Coin
The first representation of Winged Victory is found on the obverse of the Mexican 50 peso gold coin. The Angel of Independence, gazing forward, is holding the laurel crown of military victory and self-government over her head in her right hand in this illustration by Emilio del Moral. Her shattered slavery chains are held in place by her left hand, which is positioned at her side.
The Mexican coat of arms may be seen on the reverse of every 50 Peso Mexican Gold Coin. The Mexican coat of arms may appear in various ways on these coins, but the main image is a golden eagle engaged in combat with a snake while perched on a cactus.
Main Highlights of Mexican Gold Coin 50 Peso
- First issued in 1921 by the Mexican Mint!
- Contains 1.20565 Troy oz of actual gold content.
- Has a face value of 50 Pesos and is guaranteed by Mexico’s federal government.
- On the obverse of the coin is the image of Winged Victory.
- The reverse side of the coin features the golden eagle from the Mexican coat of arms.
Product Specifications: 50 Peso Mexican Gold Coin
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Buying Mexican 50 Peso Gold Coin from Us
Investors and coin enthusiasts can easily obtain these Mexico 50 peso gold coins. The reason is that it was produced in great numbers. Each year the Mexican mint minted over a million coins. They were one of the ways to own gold bullion coins before Krugerrands came on the market. And the last they were issued with a date of 1947. And since that date, a lot of restrikes have been made. The head side depicts the National Arms or coat of arms of Mexico (an eagle on a cactus, eating a snake). And the back side shows Winged Victory. Value and weight are stamped beside.
Bullion Trading LLC offers the Mexican 50 peso gold coin at the most reasonable price. We have a physical store as well as an online store. When buying from our physical store located at 20 West 47th Street, Lower Level # 24, New York, NY 10036, you’ll be able to see other iconic coins firsthand. Also, we are known for excellent customer service.
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