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Why add the 1947 Mexico Gold 50 Peso NGC MS68 Mexico Label to your collection?
The experts at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) graded this sought after 1947 Mexico Gold 50 Peso "Centenario" at the popular Mint State 68 (MS68) level. The coin celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Mexican Independence from Spain. Casa de Moneda de Mexico or the Mexican Mint struck the issue. The Mexican Mint was founded in 1535 to strike coins for the Spanish Empire. It remains the oldest continuously operating mint in the Western Hemisphere. The planchets used for this issue are made of .900 fine gold and contain 1.2056 oz. of gold bullion and this is a New Dies Restrike variety.
Icon of Mexican Numismatic Design
This blockbuster "Centenario" coin was designed by Emilio del Moral in 1921 to mark the 100th Anniversary of Mexican Independence. The obverse features a depiction of the Angel of Independence statue as she stands atop her victory column. She holds a laurel wreath symbolizing prosperity in her right hand and broken chains symbolizing freedom from oppression in her left. The reverse features the mythic Aztec image of a Golden Eagle as it eats a rattlesnake while standing on a cactus.
MS68 Stunner with attractive Mexico Label
Mint State 68 coins have an above average strike, sharp design details, few distractions, seductive mint luster and excellent eye appeal. This example has been preserved for future generations with the collectible Mexico Label.
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This 1947 Mexico Gold 50 Peso NGC MS68 New Dies Restrike Mexico Label is proudly minted by the Mexican Mint. The Mexican Mint is one of the oldest mints in the Americas that is still in operation today.
|Year of Issue:||1947|
|Variety:||New Dies Restrike|
|Weight in Grams:||37.5 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1.2057 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Mexican Coat of Arms|
|Reverse Design:||Angel of Independence|