The Mexican Silver 25 Centavos coins dates range from 1950 to 1953 and are featured here in circulated condition. The coin is .2999 fine silver, with an Actual Silver Weight (ASW) of 0.0321 oz. Each coin has a weight of 3.3330 grams and a diameter of 21.5mm, featuring a reeded edge.
The obverse of the Mexican Silver 25 Centavos stuck between 1950 and 1953 is quite detailed. Stamped into the coin is a scale under the Liberty cap that reads, "Libertad," with a sword emerging from the behind a scroll. The bottom of the coin has the date of mint, as well as the currency denomination of 25 centavos at the top of the design, written, "25 Cs." The reverse of the coin has the Mexico's coat of arms, which depicts the image of an eagle with a snake in its beak standing on top of a cactus in the Mexican desert. Inscribed around the coins reverse is, "Estados Unidos Mexicanos," or United States of Mexico.