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As a historically significant coin, these Mexican 50 Peso gold coins maintain a liquid market due to their low premiums over spot, with a 1.7008 troy oz gold content, historical value, and unique size. As an excellent means of portfolio diversification, sovereign coins maintain a deep connection to history, containing a tale that is, in some cases, centuries old.


  • Ships individually in protective packaging
  • Consisting of 1.2057 oz of 900 Fine Gold
  • Obverse: Features the angel of independence and the inscription "37.5 GR ORO PURO 1821 1943"
Reverse: Features an eagle perched on a cactus holding a snake in its beak

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


Established in 1535, La Casa de Moneda de Mexico, or The Mexican Mint, is the oldest mint in the Americas and one of the world's oldest mints, with the Mexican Gold Peso being an enduring and highly collected relic of the past. With an operational life in excess of 400 years, it is safe to say that Mexico's national mint has a well-established and well-garnered reputation, working alongside Banco de México (the Mexican Bank) to mint circulating money for the Mexican people. A contributing factor to the mint's success is the Libertad bullion gold and silver coins.

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