Gold Mexican 50 Pesos Centenario Coin For Sale

Gold Mexican 50 Pesos Centenarios (1.2057 oz Gold)

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Product Highlight:

  • Mexico's Most Famous Gold Coin
  • One Of The Largest Circulating Gold Coins
  • .900 Fine Gold - Same As pre-1933 US Coins
  • Larger And Heavier Than A US Double Eagle
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Buy Gold Mexican 50 Pesos Centenarios (1.2057 oz Gold)

The gold Mexican Centenario has long been a favorite of investors in the know. Gainesville Coins offers this beautiful and massive vintage bullion coin at market-leading low premiums!

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Product Details

  • Mexico's most famous gold bullion coin
  • Valued for its design and low premiums over spot
  • Celebrates centennial of Mexican Independence
  • "Angel of Independence" featured on obverse
  • .900 fine (same as pre-1933 US gold)
  • More than 1.2 troy ounces of gold per coin (37.5 gr)
  • Struck in the Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)
  • First issued in 1921
  • Restrikes in 1949–1972 and 2000–2009
  • All restrikes feature 1947 date

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Specification

Year
1927-1947
Metal
Gold
Fineness
0.9
Actual Metal Weight
1.2057 ozt
Weight
41.666 gram
Legal Tender
Yes
Face Value
50 Pesos
Mint Name
Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)
Diameter
37 mm
Thickness
2.8 mm
Edge Design
lettered

Customer Ratings & Review

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Glenn
Impressive low premium bullion coin!
Sunday, February 4, 2018
"That's no coin...it's a space station!" That's the sentiment most people express (if not always in those exact words) when first handling one of these massive bullion coins. Their heft that comes from their large diameter and thickness that crams a big 1.2057 ozt. of gold into one piece just blows away any preconceptions about what a gold coin can be. Their well-known characteristics and edge lettering and the extra scrutiny people give them for their high value make them less attractive to counterfeiters as well. Get yours from a well established seller like Gainesville Coins and you'll have the satisfaction and peace of mind that comes from having these awesome coins in your stack!
6 of 6 people found this helpful
Kat
1.205 oz of cool
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
What a cool coin! I normally stick to purchasing eagles and maples but took a chance with the 50 Peso and glad I did. Mine is dated 1947 and the coin is awesome in person. I also got it at a great price from the clearance page. Gainesville is great as always.
4 of 5 people found this helpful
landr78
mexico 50 peso
Thursday, August 14, 2014
great coin, very big coin which almost as big as some 1oz silver rounds. They have a pretty design and are usually cheaper than the other big bullion coins.
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BarkingCat
Great big coin
Saturday, March 29, 2014
These are some of my favorite coins. The design is exquisite and the coin's heft is impressive. Gainesville Coins has one of the lowest premiums on these coins anywhere and I wish I had discovered this dealer a couple of years ago. Whether a person is buying gold as an investment, hedge against inflation or as a collector these are a must. The low premium make these a great buy for the investor and hedger while the awesome design make it a welcome addition to most collections.
12 of 13 people found this helpful
2010Raptor
artistic
Friday, August 16, 2013
I like having a scantily clad woman/ angel/ liberty on any "money", but besides the artistic beauty of the coin, it has an ultra-low mark up, especially @ gainesvillecoins.
13 of 18 people found this helpful
HamsterHuey
Good Coin, Great Price
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Gold Centenarios have one of the lowest premiums and have more than one ounce of gold. I don't know why anyone would buy other gold bullion coins. Most regular gold bars have higher premiums. This is a coin. Seems like a no-brainer if you're just interest in gold content. More for me I guess. :)
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