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1984 Mexico 100 Pesos Coin Koin Dari Negara Meksiko Seratus Pesos

In this entree we have a 1984 100 Pesos Coin from Mexico. This coin was the highest denomiation that year but there was a one ounce Mexican silver coin produced as well which (as one may have already guessed would be more valuable). In any case this 1984 one hundred pesos is made from a combination of aluminum and bronze. On its back is an image of Venustiano Carranza. He was a major figure of the revoluation that happened in Mexico in the early 1900s. After it was over Venustiano Carranze became President there. He was killed by military generals as he was against the idea of a military leader becoming President after he left office. The front side or obverse of this 100 Pesos shows an image of the coat of arms there. This coin weighs roughly 11.7 grams and there were 227.809 million of them struck in 1984. Our particular one looks to be in very fine condition.

Uang logam koin dari negara Meksiko 100 seratus pesos tahun 1984.




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