|Period||United Mexican States (1905-date)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Peso (1 MXP)|
|Currency||Estados Unidos - Peso (1905-1992)|
|Orientation||Coin alignment ↑↓|
|References||KM# 496, Schön# 81|
The national emblem of Mexico depicting a Mexican golden eagle perched on a prickly pear cactus devouring a snake above a half-wreath of oak and laurel below and the legend forming the upper semicircle.
Lettering: ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS
Translation: United Mexican States
Bust of José Morelos in a general's uniform with the mint mark Ṁ to the left, the denomination 1$ to the right with the date below the $, and at the upper right, "josé mª morelos" along the border.
josé mª morelos
Mo 1$ 1985
Engraver: Rodolfo Alvarado
On some 1984-dated coins, the engraver's initials "ra" (Rodolfo Alvarado) appear under the lapel area, near the neck of the military coat of Morelos. On the remaining 1984-dated coins, the area appears polished, indicating the initials were removed. It is very rare to find a 1984-dated coin with a flat surface as on 1985-dated coins.
|Shipping / Handling Cost||Cost For Each Additional Item||Service|
|$1.00||$1.00||USPS Media mail (2 to 8 business days)|
|$5.00||$1.00||USPS Priority Mail Small Flat Rate Box (2 to 3 business days)|