1947 Mexican Silver 5 Pesos (Cuauhtemoc)
LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - PREVIOUSLY OWNED. Once they are gone we may not get any more. Sold As Is - NON-REFUNDABLE.
Cuauhtemoc was the last Aztec emperor, born 1495, died 1522. The Obverse has an Aztec with a beautiful crown. Reverse depicts the Mexican coat of arms; an eagle sitting on a cactus holding a snake. Weight 30.5 grams, 40mm diameter, struck Mexico City Mint.
This coin has been sitting in our safe for the last 50+ years.
Features of the Coin:
- Type: Mexican Silver 5 Pesos (Cuauhtemoc)
- Origin: Mexico
- Era / Ruler: United States
- Face Value: :5 Pesos
- Issued from: 1947
- Issued until: :1948
- Alignment: Coin
- Subject: Cuauhtemoc
- Mintage: 5,110,111
- Obverse: National arms, eagle left
- Reverse: Head with headdress left
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