Post your coins from Mexico

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  1. Coinsandmedals

    Coinsandmedals Well-Known Member

    1945 Mexico Gold 2.5 Peso Restrike MS-66 Star
    1945 Mexico Gold 2.5 Peso Restrike MS-66 Star 2100351002 Obv..JPG 1945 Mexico Gold 2.5 Peso Restrike MS-66 Star 2100351002 Rev..JPG
     
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  3. Chris B

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  4. Heavymetal

    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    8E7A5021-D6A5-4818-9CC0-BE55F696DC66.jpeg EC9A5B1A-AC7B-4AB6-99CB-D5C9A1EFCE18.jpeg An oldie but goodie. Found this CRH dimes a few years ago near Syracuse NY. 1/2 real Mexico mint 1796
     
  5. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else

    Some of my Mexican Silver
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  6. Wizank

    Wizank Active Member

    Mexican coins are among my favorites, so well designed and timeless. My gold 50 Peso is in the safe deposit box, in a closed bank (pretty safe), but I have my silvers. I don't clean them, I just keep them. IMG_2553 (2).JPG IMG_2554 (2).JPG IMG_2551 (2).JPG IMG_2552 (2).JPG
     
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  7. Razz

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  8. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    This one has a Mexico City mint mark. Polish_20200629_164202915.jpg
     
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  9. jgenn

    jgenn World Crown Collector

    I mostly collect Spanish colonial 8 reales, many minted in Mexico City, but I don't really consider them coins of Mexico no matter how convenient it may be for catalogers to group them that way.

    Here's an 8 reales issued as a newly independent nation.

    1824_Mo_JM_8Rd.jpg
     
  10. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    A crusty silver 10 centavos from 1885. Polish_20200629_195052794.jpg
     
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  11. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    I like the deep copper color of this 20 centavos 1971. Polish_20200629_201008813.jpg
     
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  12. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    30% silver. I like the way some of these issues look when they are a bit circulated... Polish_20200629_204112181.jpg
     
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  13. TuckHard

    TuckHard Well-Known Member

    I don't specifically collect Mexican coins but I have a fair number of them, mostly common modern pieces that I haven't photographed yet. Here are some of my nicer coins though.

    1920-1927 CE 5 Centavos Combined.jpg
    5 Centavos
    Unclear date; 1920-1927

    1939 CE 1 Centavo S1 Combined.jpg
    1 Centavo
    1939

    1964 CE 1 Peso Silver .100 Combined.jpg
    1 Peso (0.100 silver)
    1964

    1963 5 Centavos Combined.jpg
    5 Centavos
    1963

    1963 20 Centavos Combined.jpg
    20 Centavos
    1963​
     
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  14. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

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  18. stoster38

    stoster38 Member Supporter

    I’m interested in modern Mexican commemorative coins but haven’t found a good dealer. Do you all have any recommendations?
     
  19. Chris B

    Chris B Supporter! Supporter

    I don't have any ties to these companies:

    https://www.joelscoins.com/mexico.htm
    https://worldnumismatics.com/

    World Numismatics specializes in Mexico, at least I believe they still do.
     
  20. Charles Ruge

    Charles Ruge Member

    I have two gold coins to add: IMG_20200630_173021 (2).jpg IMG_20200630_173741 (2).jpg IMG_20200630_174902 (2).jpg IMG_20200630_173917 (2).jpg
    Sorry for the bad pictures!
    The first one is a 1959 Veinte Peso, and second one is a 1985 250 peso.
     
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  21. Cachecoins

    Cachecoins Historia Moneta

    What, no emperor Maximilian I of Mexico? Always wanted that coin but they are very expensive
     
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