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In 1917, the 20-peso coin featuring the Aztec Sunstone was first issued by Mexico. Originally, until 1921, the coin was reproduced. But then, until 1960, recreation of the coin was paused. More than 6 million 20-peso coins were minted over the course of 11 years – each carrying the date 1959. But the series went back on hiatus again, this time for three decades, beginning in 1971. Once again, upon the Mexican Mint once again issuing re-strike coins, the date read 1959. A satin/matte finish is featured on the coins produced from 2000 to 2009 – the last round of production.
The reverse side of this coin features the Aztec Sun Stone.
The obverse side of this coin shows a golden eagle with a snake in its beak. It is perched atop a cactus.
Legal tender is at 20 Mexican pesos. This coin contains .4823 Troy ounces of gold content in an alloy that is 10% copper, 90% gold.
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