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These coins are also known as the Centenario, and were first minted in 1921 to celebrate Mexico's 100th anniversary of independence from Spain.

The 1943 version of the coin is unique in not having the 50 Peso denomination stamped on the obverse, instead having the weight and purity stamped on either side of the obverse. The 1943 also features the smallest mintage number of the early Centenario coins.

Take this opportunity to add a piece of bullion history to your collection.


  • Ships individually in protective packaging
  • Consisting of 1.2057 oz of 900 Fine Gold
  • Obverse and reverse may vary depending on the year of the release

This product may come as an assortment, or a batch of one single item. You may receive a product not shown on the image but individual weight and purity are guaranteed.

Lightly Used
MXN 50
Image of the winged Angel of Independence and the words "37.5 Gr Oro Puro 1821 1943"
Eagle on a cactus with a snake in its beak and the words" Estados Unidos Mexicanos"
37.5 grams