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From 1905 until 1920, Mexico's 10-peso gold coin was issued intermittently. In 1959, the coin was reissued in large quantity. To buy a "fractional" gold, this is one of the most affordable methods. That's one reason for its popularity and it is treated worldwide by gold investors.
This coin contains .2411 Troy ounces of Gold content. Compared to a nickel, this coin is slightly larger.
On the reverse side of this coin, a golden Eagle stands with a snake in its beak, wings spread, and perched atop a cactus. This image’s design commemorates Mexico City's founding.
The obverse side of this coin features Mexican war hero Miguel Hidalgo y Castilla in profile. Backed by Mexico's federal government, legal tender for this coin is 10 Mexican pesos.
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