1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)

1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
Mexican Revolution Guerrero State silver 2 pesos. Silver, gold alloy (0.595 fine gold). Certified by NGC to MS 63. Exceptionally Well Struck, which is Extremely RARE for this crude issue! The item “1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)” is in sale since Tuesday, April 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Mexico (1905-Now)”. The seller is “caesars_ghost” and is located in San Pedro, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Period: Mexico Revolution
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 63
  • Year: 1914
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Silver/Gold
  • Denomination: 2 Pesos

1914 NGC MS 63 Guerrero Silver Gold 2 Pesos Mexico Revolution Coin (18062001C)
Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre
Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre
Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre
Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre
Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre

Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre
Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 “Fleet Shipwreck” Pendant. Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Treasures. MEXICO 2 ESCUDOS 1714 PENDANT JEWELRY 1715 FLEET PIRATE GOLD COINS SHIPWRECK TREASURE WOW, a partially Dated 1714 2 Escudos from the Shipwreck of the 1715 FLEET It weighs approx. 13gm total (coin 6.7gm) and the Gold Bezel is 18kt!!! The LUSTER is blinding and compliments the Strong / Crisp STRIKE on this piece. Majority of Shield, 100% of the Mint and Assayer (oMJ), Partial legends on front DEI. 17 = Dei Gratia = By the Grace of God. Reverse has Full Cross and majority of Tressure and partial Legends (RVM REX = King of SPAIN). The item “MEXICO 2 ESCUDOS 1714 PENDANT JEWELRY 1715 FLEET PIRATE GOLD COINS SHIPWRECK TRE” is in sale since Tuesday, January 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Colonial (up to 1821)”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: 61
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 8 Escudos
  • Year: 1715

Mexico 2 Escudos 1714 Pendant Jewelry 1715 Fleet Pirate Gold Coins Shipwreck Tre
1921 Key Date G50P Mexico 50 Pesos Gold Coin NGC MS65
1921 Key Date G50P Mexico 50 Pesos Gold Coin NGC MS65

1921 Key Date G50P Mexico 50 Pesos Gold Coin NGC MS65
To make you believe it is actually a rarity. I won’t do that, this coin speaks for itself. This is the first issue year of the Mexican Centenario 50 Peso Gold coin, 1921. NGC Graded at MS65. In all there are only 33 (19 by NGC/14 by PCGS) coins total graded at MS65. I would encourage any serious collector of the 50GP coins to find a place in your collection for this coin. Regardless of gold values, this coin has many factors which are appealing.. First year of issue and grade. The item “1921 Key Date G50P Mexico 50 Pesos Gold Coin NGC MS65″ is in sale since Wednesday, July 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Mexico (1905-Now)”. The seller is “rwstei” and is located in Fairmont, West Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico
  • Certification Number: 3735758-020
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 65
  • Year: 1921
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 50 Pesos

1921 Key Date G50P Mexico 50 Pesos Gold Coin NGC MS65
1986 Mo Gold Mexico 964 Minted 2 Oz 2000 Pesos World Cup Soccer Games Ngc Ms 66
1986 Mo Gold Mexico 964 Minted 2 Oz 2000 Pesos World Cup Soccer Games Ngc Ms 66

1986 Mo Gold Mexico 964 Minted 2 Oz 2000 Pesos World Cup Soccer Games Ngc Ms 66
GOLD 2000 PESOS WORLD CUP SOCCER GAMES CERTIFIED BY NGC MINT STATE 66. CONTAINS 62.2 GRAMS OF 999.9 FINE GOLD. We cannot declare any package as a “gift”, sampleetc. The item “1986 MO GOLD MEXICO 964 MINTED 2 OZ 2000 PESOS WORLD CUP SOCCER GAMES NGC MS 66″ is in sale since Wednesday, May 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “rarecoincollector” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Year: 1986
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 66
  • Composition: Gold

1986 Mo Gold Mexico 964 Minted 2 Oz 2000 Pesos World Cup Soccer Games Ngc Ms 66
1930 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-64 NGC SKU #66632
1930 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-64 NGC SKU #66632
1930 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-64 NGC SKU #66632

1930 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-64 NGC SKU #66632
Contains 1.2057 oz actual Gold weight. NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the MS-64 condition. Obverse: Features the iconic Winged Victory The Angel of Independence design. Reverse: Mexico’s national coat of arms featuring a golden eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak. Guaranteed by Banco de México. Protect and display your Mexico Gold 50 Peso coin in style by adding an attractive display box to your order. This Gold 50 Pesos coin is the largest bullion coin from Mexico. Add this certified 1930 Mexican Gold 50 Pesos coin to your cart today! The item “1930 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-64 NGC SKU #66632″ is in sale since Friday, October 5, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “apmex” and is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Mexico City Mint
  • Grade: MS-64
  • Certification: NGC
  • MPN: 66632
  • Year: 1930

1930 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-64 NGC SKU #66632
1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+
1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+
1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+
1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+

1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+
1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Mint Year: 1811 Mint Place: Mexico (oM) Reference: Friedberg 47, KM-160. Certified and graded by NGC as AU Details. Denomination: 8 Escudos – Imaginary bust type. During the time of minting there was no exact portrait of the new King of Spain in Mexico, which left the engraver with no other choice but an estimation of the King´s portrait! 875 Weight: 27.05gm. Obverse: Darpod and armored “Imaginary” bust of of Ferdinand VII right. Legend: FERDIN VII D G HISP ET IND R 1811 Translation. Ferdinand VII by the Grace of God, King of Spain and the Indies, 1808. Reverse: Crowned Spanish shield, splitting value (8-S). All within Toison Order. Legend: IN UTROQ FELIX AUSPICE DEO oM – JJ Translation. Under God’s Auspices Happy in Both Worlds, Cadiz mint, Assayer Initials. Ferdinand VII (October 14, 1784 – September 29, 1833) was King of Spain from 1813 to 1833. The eldest son of Charles IV, king of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, he was born in the vast palace of El Escorial near Madrid. When his father’s abdication was extorted by a popular riot at Aranjuez in March 1808, he ascended the throne but turned again to Napoleon, in the hope that the emperor would support him. He was in his turn forced to make an abdication and imprisoned in France for almost seven years at the Chateau of Valençay in the town of Valençay. The Spanish people, blaming the liberal, enlightened policies of the Francophiles. For incurring the Napoleonic occupation and the Peninsular War, at first welcomed. Ferdinand soon found that while Spain was fighting for independence in his name and while in his name juntas had governed in Spanish America, a new world had been born of foreign invasion and domestic revolution. Spain was no longer an absolute monarchy under the liberal Constitution of 1812. Ferdinand, in being restored to the throne, guaranteed the liberals that he would govern on the basis of the existing constitution, but, encouraged by conservatives backed by the Church hierarchy, he rejected the constitution within weeks (May 4) and arrested the liberal leaders (May 10), justifying his actions as rejecting a constitution made by the Cortes in his absence and without his consent. Thus he had come back to assert the Bourbon doctrine that the sovereign authority resided in his person only. After he succeeded to the throne in 1788 his one serious occupation was hunting. Affairs were left to be directed by his wife and her lover Manuel de Godoy. Although Godoy essentially took over his wife and his office, the king was favourable towards him for all his life. When terrified by the French Revolution he turned to the Inquisition to help him against the party which would have carried the reforming policy of Charles III much further. But he never took more than a passive part in the direction of his own government. He simply obeyed the impulse given him by the queen and Godoy. In 1803, after smallpox had affected his daughter María Luísa, the king commissioned his doctor Francisco Javier de Balmis to bring the vaccine to the Spanish colonies on state expenses. He had a profound belief in his divine right and the sanctity of his person. He thought it very important to seem a very powerful monarch, although his kingdom was treated as a mere dependency by France and his throne was dominated by the queen and her lover. Spain allied with France and supported the Continental Blockade, but withdrew after the Battle of Trafalgar. But even the alliance with France, as it was, made Godoy’s rule unpopular and fueled the partido fernandista, the supporters of Ferdinand, who favored a close relationship with Great Britain. The item “1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+” is in sale since Tuesday, April 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Certification Number: 3937702-022
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: AU (Details: Cleaned!)
  • Year: 1811

1811, Mexico, Ferdinand VII. Large Gold 8 Escudos Coin. Imaginary Bust! NGC AU+
1910 Mexico Gold 10 Peso Coin Ngc Ms61
1910 Mexico Gold 10 Peso Coin Ngc Ms61
1910 Mexico Gold 10 Peso Coin Ngc Ms61

1910 Mexico Gold 10 Peso Coin Ngc Ms61
For sale here is a 1910 gold 10 peso coin from Mexico. This gold coin is made of 90% pure gold and weighs 8.333 grams. This coin is graded and slabbed by NGC as a MS61. Thank you and good luck! I must of missed adding this to the original post. Sorry about that, but Ive had people ask about the amount/value of the gold in this coin. While this coin is very similar to the U. 2419 ounces but commonly trade on the market as quarter ounce gold pieces. This Mexican 10 peso gold coin trades as quarter ounces and weighs. 2411 only 8 ten-thousandths of an ounce less than the US half eagle. But the real value of this coin lays in that it is graded and slabbed as a mint state 61 by NGC. See attached photos for current values. Thank you for reading my update! NO MATTER HOW GREAT OF A DEAL IT IS, THEY WILL SELL! Thanks and good luck! The item “1910 MEXICO GOLD 10 PESO COIN NGC MS61″ is in sale since Sunday, June 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Mexico (1905-Now)”. The seller is “brmil-69″ and is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico
  • Certification Number: 283453-001
  • Certification: NGC
  • Currency: Peso
  • Grade: MS 66
  • Year: 1910
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: 10 Pesos

1910 Mexico Gold 10 Peso Coin Ngc Ms61
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K

MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
MEXICO 1715 FULL DATE “1715 PLATE FLEET” NGC 62 3rd FINEST KNOWN. “FULL DATE – 3rd FINEST”. (1 coin) MEXICO 8 ESCUDOS 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST KN. This piece has a far superior date, with a complete 715. It has a Large, nice round Planchet, with a very strong strike! The Crown is 90%+ Full and complete, as well as the 100% strike on the denomination and Shield. The devices (especially on the date, denomination and shield and crown) are Very SHARP! In fact, sharper than the 63 Ive viewed. The Reverse has a complete Cross with well above average centering, leaving room for a good portion of the Legend (HISPANIRUM REX). This piece exhuberates LUSTER throughout! 1715 Plate Fleet Shipwreck. The 1715 Treasure Fleet was a Spanish treasure fleet returning from the New World to Spain. In the evening of July 30, 1715 , seven days after departing from Havana, Cuba, 11 of the 12 ships of this fleet were lost in a hurricane near present day Vero Beach, Florida. Because the fleet was carrying silver, it is also known as the 1715 Plate Fleet (plata being the Spanish word for silver plate). Some artifacts and even coins still wash up on Florida beaches from time to time. Around 1,000 sailors perished while a small number survived on lifeboats. Many ships, including pirates, took part in the initial salvage. Initially a privateer, Henry Jennings was first accused of piracy for attacking such salvage ships and claiming their salvages. Thus, earning this coinage the name of Pirates Gold! The story begins with the War of the Spanish Succession ending, as well as the death of the Spanish Queen. King Philip found a new bride, Elizabeth Farnesse, Duchess of Palma and needed a new Queens Dowry. The king would send two separate fleets to the New World (after the Government had cancelled all sailings from the Americas to Spain for two years), which would load up at separate ports Vera Cruz and Cartegena, then meet up in Havana. The plan was to have one large Armada with a heavy navel escort, carrying the accumulated precious metals and jewels from the last three years. Of which, the average year sailed in between 90 and 120 million francs. Treasure The Cartegena Fleet arrived first in Havana (in March), loaded down by chests filled with Gold coins (from Santa Fe de Bogota), Colombian Emeralds from Muzo mine and gold jewelry from Peru. Awaiting the fleet of Vera Cruz, commanded by Gen. Don Juan Eseban de Ubilla, carrying Gold and Silver ingots. However Don Juan was delayed in Vera Cruz awaiting pack mule trains from Acapulco. Finally in the first week of May the mule train arrived with their silks, ivories and blue and white porcelains. The details of the Queens jewels are blurry at best, but were known to include and Emerald ring weighing in at 74 carats, a heart designed from 130 matched pears, a pair of earrings each of 14 pears and a rosary of pure coral. There were 8 chests in total and stowed in Ubillas cabin (who was a senior military officer and had overall command). After many other delays, finally the Galleons left Havana on Wednesday July 24th, with favorable winds pushing them at nearly 6 knots. By the 29th the winds were over 70 knots, with gusts hitting over 100 knots. The chaplain said, the water flew in the air like arrows, doing injury to those it hit. Finally, at 2:30am on July 31st, the flagship hit the reefs and torn apart, throwing all off her decks and 223 sailors were pounded to death by the rocks. More than 700 men were missing, wreckage and bodies scattered for almost 30 miles along the coast. For the next four years the Spanish attempted to salvage the treasure, but finally ceased in 1719. The dangers or sharks, pirates and Indians were just too great. There was an estimate of 14 million pesos registered treasure lost. This sunken fleet of Galleons is still giving up her Treasure! In 2010 the claim owners discovered the only bronze swivel gun ever found on the 1715 Fleet. Tucked away inside this the bronze cannon were 51 Gold Escudos and 40 Silver Reales. Most recently, another find of 50 Feet of Gold Chain and 5 additional Gold escudos were just recovered, approx.. Free Template Maker by ISDNtek. Add a map to your own listings. The item “MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K” is in sale since Friday, May 5, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Colonial (up to 1821)”. The seller is “pirategoldcoins” and is located in La Jolla, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: 62
  • Composition: Gold

MEXICO 1715 FLEET SHIPWRECK 8 ESCUDOS NGC 62 GOLD DOUBLOON COB COIN 3rd FINEST K
1945 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-65 NGC SKU #86886
1945 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-65 NGC SKU #86886
1945 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-65 NGC SKU #86886

1945 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-65 NGC SKU #86886
Gem Uncirculated MS-65 grade of this stunning Gold Mexican coin! This coin’s actual Gold content is 1.2057 troy oz. This one has been graded Mint State 65 by NGC. The item “1945 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-65 NGC SKU #86886″ is in sale since Friday, May 11, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “apmex” and is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Mexico City Mint
  • Grade: MS-65
  • Certification: NGC
  • MPN: 86886

1945 Mexico Gold 50 Pesos MS-65 NGC SKU #86886
2018-Mo Mexico 1/20 oz Gold Libertad. 05 Coin NGC MS69 FR Exclusive
2018-Mo Mexico 1/20 oz Gold Libertad. 05 Coin NGC MS69 FR Exclusive

2018-Mo Mexico 1/20 oz Gold Libertad. 05 Coin NGC MS69 FR Exclusive
The Gold Libertad bullion series was introduced in 1981, though annual release of the series did not begin until the year 2000. Following a ten year hiatus in production, the Mint of Mexico (La Casa de Moneda de Mexico) expanded the series in 1991 to include a 1/10 and 1/20 weight. Representing the smallest weight of the series, this 2018 dated Libertad is struck from 1/20 oz. Exceptional Mint State 69 First Releases with Exclusive Mexico Themed Label This 2018-Mo Mexico 1/20 oz. Gold Libertad Coin is graded a virtually flawless Mint State 69 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The coin is additionally designated among First Releases, indicating that the coin was submitted to NGC for authentication and review within the first thirty days of release. The sensational bullion coin is protected in a NGC holder affixed with a certification label style available only from ModernCoinMart depicting iconic Mexican imagery. This 2018-Mo 1/20 oz. Gold bullion release of Mexico’s classic Libertad coin will be an exciting addition to your collection! The item “2018-Mo Mexico 1/20 oz Gold Libertad. 05 Coin NGC MS69 FR Exclusive” is in sale since Tuesday, January 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\North & Central America\Mexico\Mexico (1905-Now)”. The seller is “nothing_but_goodies” and is located in McFarland, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Egypt, Guadeloupe, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Macao, Maldives, Peru, Paraguay, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Year: 2018
  • Total Precious Metal Content: 1/20 oz.
  • Grade: MS 69
  • Denomination: 1/20 Onza
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Certification: NGC
  • Estimated Mintage: –
  • Fineness: .999
  • Composition: Gold

2018-Mo Mexico 1/20 oz Gold Libertad. 05 Coin NGC MS69 FR Exclusive
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