Mexico - 2 1/2 Peso 1945 - Gold

Description
Mexico - 2 1/2 Peso 1945 - Gold
Very fine

Mexico - 2 1/2 Pesos 1945 - 900/1000 gold coin

These coins were struck between 1918 and 1948.

Called ‘Hidalgo’ or ‘Familia Centenario’ (Centenary Family), they have an effigy of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla — a Creole priest and promoter of the independence of Mexico — at the obverse. He was executed by shooting for being considered a traitor in Chihuahua on 16 September 1810.

At the reverse, they have the Mexican escutcheon from that period, which represents the foundation of Tenochtitlan, with an eagle perched upon a nopal and carrying a snake in its beak.

Reeded edge (this detail is shown in the photographs we provided).

Diameter: 15.5 mm.
Weight: 2.0833 g.

This item is made of gold. Please check your country's regulations regarding the importation of this kind of goods.

All customs or importation expenses and fees are to be paid by the buyer.

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Lot details
Country
Mexico
Nominal Value
2 1/2
Currency
Peso
Year/Period and Variation
1945
Precious metals
Gold
Condition
Very fine
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