Bidding has ended on this item.

1948 Mexico Silver 5 Pesos Cuauhtemocs

Listing Type:
This item up for Auction - Bid on this item.
Bid History:
1 Bids
Current Bid:
$ 12.00 Reserve Not Met
Auction Ends:
Auction Is Over (February 13 2017 06:34 PM CST)
Shipping:
$3.00    USPS Parcel Post (2 to 8 business days) - (more details)
Returns:
7 day money back, buyer pays return shipping - (more details)
Certified by:
Other
Condition or Grade of Item:
Very Good
Payment Methods Accepted:
PayPal Accepted

recommend to a friend by email share on facebook share on twitter Share on Google+ share on pinterest

Item Description

USA Coin Book Item ID Number:
166619
Coin Condition:
Very Good
Certified By:
Other

1948 Mexico Silver 5 Pesos Cuauhtemocs XF-AU (ASW .8681 oz) - Natural Gold Toning

Mexico has the longest standing history in the Americas for producing large crown sized silver coins and Mexico’s coinage production in the 20th century continued to live up to that reputation. One fine example is the Cinco (Five) Peso Cuauhtemoc coin minted shortly after World War II from 1947 to 1948.

The coin comes in at a whopping 40mm in diameter, weighs 30 grams, and has 0.868 ounces of silver giving it the highest silver content for a circulating coin at that time.

Years Minted: 1947-1948
Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
Diameter: 40 mm
Weight: 30 grams (0.868 oz. actual silver weight)
Mintage 1947: 5,110,000
Mintage 1948: 26,740,000
Total Mintage: 31,850,000
Obverse Design: National Arms
Reverse Design: Bust Design

The obverse design features the Mexican coat of arms, An eagle clutching a snake while it perches on a prickly pear cactus. On the outer periphery is the phrase “ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS” or as translated to english United Mexican States.

The reverse design features the Aztec King, Cuauhtemoc. He took power of the Aztec nation in 1520 at a time when the Spanish invaders brought war and disease to the Aztec peoples. He was ultimately captured and tortured by the Spanish explorer Cortez looking for hidden treasures of the Aztecs. On the outer periphery is the denomination “CINCO PESOS”, year of issue, weight & purity “30 GRAMOS LEY 0.900”, and the mint mark for the Mexico City Mint “Mo”.



Payment and Shipping Details

Seller Location: Arecibo, Puerto Rico, 00612, United States
Seller IP Address: United States - United States

Shipping services available:
Shipping / Handling Cost Cost For Each Additional Item Service
$3.00 $0.00 USPS Parcel Post (2 to 8 business days)

Shipping Restrictions - Shipping is not available to the following regions/countries:
United States: Alaska/Hawaii
United States: Outlying US Territories & Islands
United States: APO/FPO
Africa: All Nations
Europe: All Nations
Oceania: All Nations
Asia: All Nations
Middle East: All Nations
Southeast Asia: All Nations
Central America and Caribbean: All Nations
North America: All Nations (Except United States Mainland)
South America: All Nations


Payment methods accepted:
  • PayPal Accepted

Return Policy:
Item must be returned within: 7 days - Buyer pays return shipping costs.
Refund will be given as: Money back


Similar Items From Other Sellers: