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These 1972 Mexican 25 pesos coins contain 72% pure silver and have an actual silver weight of .5209 troy ounces. Coins will arrive in very fine condition or better!
Own a slice of history with these 1972 Mexican silver 25 pesos coins! Created to honor Mexican President Benito Pablo Juarez Garcia, these coins contain 72 percent silver, with an actual silver weight of .5209 troy ounces. Your coin will arrive in very fine condition or better.
The commemorative coin honoring the centennial of the death of Benito Juarez is an excellent addition to your investment or survival stash of silver.
The obverse features the proud profile of President Benito Juarez, with the inscription “Venticinco Pesos” (25 pesos), “Ley 0.720” indicating the legal silver content, and “Mo 1972,” the mint mark for the Mexico City Mint and the year it was produced.
The reverse includes the Mexican seal, an image of an eagle eating a snake while perched on a prickly pear cactus. The inscription is “Estados Unidos Mexicanos,” or “The United States of Mexico.”
Benito Juarez is a well-beloved figure in Mexican history. He served as president of Mexico five separate times and was known for resisting the Napoleonic invasion of his country and working to modernize Mexico. Several cities, including Ciudad Juarez near the United States border, are named in his honor, and Mexicans celebrate his birthday, March 21, as a national holiday.
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|Silver Content||Between .51-1.0|
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