This 2004 Mexico Bi-Metallic Gold and Silver $100 Peso Coin is made of 17.154 grams of .999 fine Gold in the center, surrounded by 12.015 grams of .999 fine Silver. This coin carries a face value of 100 Pesos and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
The obverse of the coin shows the Mexican Coat of Arms of an eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak. This is beautifully struck in Gold. In the Silver ring around the image, "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" is struck at the top while a wreath of oak and laurel curve underneath.
This coin is part of series commemorating the 180th Anniversary of the Mexican Federation and a coin was issued for each of the 31 states and the capital. This coin's reverse depicts the Coat of Arms of Tabasco, a Mexican state located in the southern region of Mexico near the Yucatan peninsula. "ESTADO DE TABASCO" is struck at the top of the reverse while the 100 peso denomination is found below the Coat of Arms. On the right side of the arms, the year can be seen and on the left, the mint mark for the Mexico Mint, Casa de Moneda de Mexico.
This series had a very limited mintage of only 1,000 units.
|Face Value:||100 Pesos|
|Mint:||Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)|
|Edge Design:||segmented reeding|
|Additional Info:||Bi-Metallic 17.154 grams gold 12.015 grams silver|