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.
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- Nominal Value
- 2 1/2
- Year/Period and Variation
- Precious metals
- Very fine