The Peso Cuba Gold Coins were issued in 1915 and 1916. Though the coins were a Cuban national denomination, the national government turned to the United States Mint for the design and production of the coins. US Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber designed the Jose Marti effigy that featured on all six denominations eventually issued in this series. Right now, you can buy 5 Peso Cuba Gold Coins online from Provident Metals.
With your purchase of 5 Peso Cuba Gold Coins in this Provident Metals listing, you receive a coin that is housed in an individual protective plastic flip. The coins come in varied conditions that range from Brilliant Uncirculated or About Uncirculated to those coins that have minor flaws from production, light wear and tear, or even heavier flaws from regular use in circulation. The date marks and conditions vary in this listing.
All coins in this listing are selected at random after your payment has been processed. We cannot guarantee a particular date mark or coin condition in advance. If you buy multiples, please keep in mind that it is possible to receive coins with the same design, date, and condition.
On the obverse side of 5 Peso Cuba Gold Coins is a bust of Jose Marti. This design offers a right-profile portrait of Marti that comes with a beaded border to the design field and inscriptions of Patria Y Libertad, 8.3592 G, and 900M. The date mark also features on this side of the coin.
The reverse field of 5 Peso Cuba Gold Coins includes the national coat of arms. The Cuban coat of arms features a shield with three separate fields that include an enclosed bay with two points of land connected by a key as the sun rises on the horizon. The lower half of the shield is split vertically, with stripes on the left and a palm tree on a hill on the right. Inscriptions on this face of the coin read Republica de Cuba and Cinco Pesos.
The release of Peso Cuba Gold Coins by the United States Mint, struck at the Philadelphia Mint branch, lasted just two years. Production of the coins varied by denomination. For example, these 5 Peso coins had a mintage of 696,000 in 1915 and 1.132 million in 1916. Conversely, the 20 Peso coin had a mintage of 57,000 in 1915 and just 5,700 coins in 1916.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||Mexican Peso|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||.2419 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|