Adding diversity to any collection, these Gold Mexican 5 Pesos carry a legal tender in Mexico and contain .1205 troy oz of Gold. Issued by the Bank of Mexico, these gold coins depict one of Mexico's most historic and controversial time periods.
These .900 fine gold coins are official government re-strikes, first minted in 1955. Made affordable in comparison to other government issued coins, these 5 Pesos are a popular choice when looking to buy gold.
The obverse highlights Mexico's Coat of Arms, with the portrayed Eagle crushing a snake in its beak. The reverse carries the effigy of Miguel Hidalgo, revered as the "Father of the Nation." Paying tribute to Mexico's great revolution, the historic figure is facing left and is encircled by a decorative border, with the coin's denomination and mintage year printed.
Trusted for centuries for its great value, these Mexican 5 Peso Gold Coins stress gold's beauty, allure, and great tradition as the currency of the world.
|Mint:||Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)|