Bi-metallic coins are unique items and not often seen. Showcasing more than one metal, they feature a contrasting outer rim. Gainesville Coins is offering this exquisite 2003 Mexico Bi-Metallic Gold and Silver $100 Peso Coin. This is a fine example of a bi-metallic coin issued by the Mexican Mint.
On the obverse is a beautiful gold depiction of Mexico's current coat of arms with a ravenous eagle eating a snake, while perched on a prickly pear cactus. The emblem reflects religious significance as well as a victory of good over evil. The coin's reverse features a brilliant gold image of Zacatecas' coat of arms, which is one of the many Mexican states located in North-Central Mexico. The coin's legal tender status of $100 dollars is featured at the bottom.
Note that you may see these designs on your purchased coin, but designs may vary depending upon our inventory. Includes an official Certificate of Authenticity.
|Mint Mark:||Mo - Mexico City|
|Face Value:||100 Pesos|
|Mint:||Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)|
|Additional Info:||Gold & Silver Bi-Metallic|