Mexican Coins

Mexican Coins
Mexican Coins

Invest in Mexican 50 Peso Gold Coin

With the recent financial meltdowns and declining US currency, smart investors are looking for better ways for asset preservation. Gold coins are one of the most valuable commodities to protect personal wealth and offset risk, which is discovered during countless crisis situations over the centuries. Although most investors focus on US and European gold coins, Mexican gold coins, especially 50 peso, are also good asset to combat inflation.

Mexican Coins

Mexican 50 pesos gold coins between any of the most beautiful design, more than 20% over the popular one ounce of gold eagle larger one. It has a winged angel with the legend of the background mountains. The back has a snake in its mouth, the eagle.

Mexican Coins

First cast in 1921, the Mexican 50 peso honor Mexico's independence. It contains 1.2057 ounces of gold in a gold 90% and 10% copper alloy. It from 21 years to 31 years to make, and then from 1944 to 1947. More than 1.2 ounces of gold in existence, it is preserved the more popular $ 20 gold coins, of which only less than 1 ounce of gold of gold Mahayana. Although the United States most of the gold price has risen sharply in recent years, Mexico remains the price of 50 pesos on the first floor. Mexican 50 peso coin market may be highly underestimated in the area. So this is a good time to start a beautiful collection of Mexico 50 pesos.

Mexican Coins

50 gold coins to buy Mexican pesos, you can contact your local coin dealers. Most of them gold for sale to the general public. If you are a coin investors the information age, you can order via the Internet. There are many sites where you can buy and your credit card in Mexico 50 pesos gold coins in the UPS package knock on your door the next morning.

Mexican Coins



Mexican Peso is the name for the money. Mexico's currency is the world's first for its currency symbol $. The United States was adopted and started using it as their own. In all of the Americas, the peso is the third largest trading currency. It is the most traded currency in Latin America and the twelfth world trade. 100 to 1 peso. The word "peso" means the original weight.

Mexican Coins

In earlier times, the United States in its domestic currency widely used in Mexico. In 1785, the value of money in Mexico and the U.S. dollars to match the. Made on the basis of calculation of the number and value of silver coins. Until 1792 the United States began to issue their own coins, until then the peso as the currency used. In fact, until 1854, the peso as legal tender in Canada and other foreign coins, because the country does not have its own currency. Mexican peso has been widely recognized as a model of Hong Kong, the Straits dollar, Chinese yuan and the yen.

Mexican Coins

Given the history of the Mexican currency is important, but 1994 saw the biggest currency crisis. Forex trading is confusing to see a devaluation. As of September 2009, the Mexican exchange rate of 13.52 pesos to 1 dollar.

Mexican Coins
Mexican Coins

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