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Mexican 50 Pesos In Stock

The Centenario, or more commonly known as the Mexican 50 pesos, is an extraordinary classic gold coin ... read more
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Introduction

The Centenario, or more commonly known as the Mexican 50 pesos, is an extraordinary classic gold coin that combines striking artistry with a rich history, while carrying one of the most competitive premiums in the market. Issued for the first time in 1921 by the oldest mint in the Americas, La Casa de Moneda de México (National Mint of Mexico), this coin contains a gold fineness of 0.900 and weighs an impressive 41.6 grams. Embellished with the beautiful allegorical personification of the Greek goddess Nike, and a Golden Eagle, the coat of arms of Mexico, the 50 pesos gold coin is stunning in its appearance.

The design of the coin recounts Mexico’s War of Independence, and embodies the revolutionary ideals that set the stage for the country’s road to self-rule. The Mexican 50 pesos is thus of historical significance, making it an ideal coin for collectors, or for those who seek to acquire a fine-looking gold coin at a favourable price.

Why Buy

  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are unique. Besides exhibiting splendid artistic design and craftsmanship, the Mexican 50 pesos is today the only readily available historical gold coin that weighs a remarkable 1.34 ounces. This hefty gold coin will put a smile on anyone’s face when held.
  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are one of the most cost competitive gold coins available. These coins carry one of the lowest premiums in the gold market, a perfect choice for the cost-conscious precious metal stacker
  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are a symbol of anti-repression. This coin immortalises Mexico’s War of Independence against Spain that was fought in the 1800s, making it an excellent choice for collectors who cherish this part of history, or for those who lean towards revolutionary ideals.
  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are internationally recognised. These coins have a heritage that stretches back more than 500 years and, coupled with their design that exhibits the world-famous Angel of Independence, they are cherished and accepted by bullion dealers and investors worldwide.
  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are money. They are exempt from Value Added Tax, and as such are exchangeable throughout Europe by bullion dealers and investors alike.
  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are the equivalent of savings. Mexican 50 pesos are an ideal choice for any long-term saver who appreciates the security and stability of owning physical gold coins.
  • Mexican 50 pesos gold coins are an excellent way to diversify your portfolio. Gold’s low correlation with other financial assets makes sovereign gold coins serve as a portfolio hedge against market risk.

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  • Product value (1pc)
    19 692,72 SEK
  • Buyback price
    17 835,80 SEK
  • Your risk now
    1 856,92 SEK

Fact: gold price in SEK has risen 35.05% in the last 8 years. The lowest price was 7 419,23 SEK/oz and the highest 18 212,30 SEK/oz. Current world market price is 15 417,10 SEK/oz

History

The peso – the weight of precious metal

One of the many enchanting aspects of classic gold coins is their captivating history that reveals the past of former civilisations that in some cases stretches back several hundred years. The Centenario is one of these coins, and its two names “the Centenario” and “the Mexican 50 pesos” have each a unique story to tell. The Mexican 50 pesos, the coin’s most common name, derives from the fact that the coin carries on its obverse the denomination “50 pesos”. However, it is the word “peso” that is of particular interest. This Spanish word literally means “weight” and was originally used as a reference to the famous Spanish silver dollar.

The Spanish silver dollar burst upon the world following Spain’s currency reform in 1497, establishing itself as the main trading coin in the Americas and Asia between the 16th and 19th centuries. The currency reform that helped make this coin popular included the definition of a silver standard that had the “real” as its unit of account. Each real was equal to 3.195 grams of silver, with the Spanish silver dollar carrying a denomination of 8 reales. This meant that the coin contained a silver fineness of 25.56 grams since it was divisible into eight equal parts (25.56/8 = 3.195), hence this coin was referred to as the “weight of eight” (peso de ocho in Spanish).

A fascinating and key reason why the Spanish 8 real silver dollar was divisible into eight equal weights was because of a particular method of counting. It could be divided into two, four or even eight weights so that Spanish traders could more easily count the currency on their fingers while settling commercial transactions with other traders.  But doesn’t a person have 10 fingers? Well yes, but the Spanish traders decided that thumbs would be used to indicate the total of four fingers. Therefore, the Spanish silver currency was constituted on the base of eight, which meant that the smallest denomination was theoretically 1/8.

An interesting detail is that all major financial exchanges in the United States used the Spanish silver peso system of counting to value securities, bonds and company shares for more than 200 years. In fact, this system of counting in fractions was in place until the year 2000 when all US stock markets switched to the decimal system.

The gold Centenario – a glorious century

The word “Centenario”, which is the official name of this gold coin, is a Spanish adjective that relates to a period of 100 years. The reason it received this name was that it was issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mexico’s War of Independence that ended in 1821. It can therefore been seen that the Centenario gold coin embodies the gripping history of this war and gives a tribute to the revolutionary ideals that set in motion the Mexican uprising against its Spanish overlords. Prior to its independence in 1821, Mexico was a colony of Spain and was repeatedly exploited as a source of income by the Spanish crown which levied taxes on the country’s trade and production of goods.

The extraction of wealth continued for 300 years until the early 1800s when the educated Creole population of Mexico began to question their relationship with Spain. The Creoles were Europeans, but mostly of Spanish origin, born in Mexico. Although they were legally equal to Spaniards, they were excluded from holding any higher positions in the church or the state and their commercial activities were likewise heavily restricted. In 1810, the population of Mexico had passed the six million mark, with only 15,000 being Spaniards. In contrast to the Spaniards who enjoyed a lavish life in Mexico, the large majority of the country’s population, especially the indigenous Indians and the local farmers, were poor. That same year, the revenue of Mexico was 24 million pesos, whilst the Royal Treasury in Madrid took 25% of this sum, or 6 million pesos, in tax. “Enough,” said a group of Creole intellectuals who, on 16 September 1810, began Mexico’s revolution for self-rule.

The revolution was headed by the Creole priest Miguel Hidalgo who managed to gather an army of more than 80,000 men. Although a large force, the revolutionary troops was mostly made up of poor Mexicans who had no formal training and were inadequately armed. This became apparent at the Battle of Calderon where 6,000 heavily armed and trained Spanish soldiers defeated Hidalgo’s revolutionary army. Many revolutionaries lost their lives in this battle and Hidalgo himself was captured and executed.

The revolution was stopped dead in its tracks only one year after it had sprung to life. However, in spite of the loss of its leadership and the disintegration of its army, the spirit of the revolution lived on, and by 1821 many loyal Creole monarchists, who had previously upheld the interest of the Spanish crown, switched sides to support an independent Mexico. That same year, the revolution led finally to the proclamation of the sovereign First Mexican Empire. All these events are commemorated in the aptly named Centenario gold coin, which also exhibits the beautiful Angel of Independence, Mexico’s symbol of freedom from Spain.

The Angel of Independence depicted on the Mexican 50 pesos gold coin

One of the key aspects that sets the Mexican 50 pesos apart from other historical gold coins is the beautiful design of the Angel of Independence, also commonly known as Winged Victory.  The Angel of Independence is an allegoric personification of Nike, the goddess from Greek mythology that flew over battlegrounds and rewarded the victors with honour and greatness, symbolised by the wreath of leaves she held in her hands. The depicted Angel of Independence on the obverse of the coin is a miniature replica of the victory column that was constructed in 1910 in Mexico City. The victory column was built to mark the 100th anniversary of the year of Hidalgo’s uprising in 1810. The monument is impressive: the stone column is 36 metres tall and is crowned with the Angel of Independence who clutches a laurel crown and rises almost 7 metres into the sky. The Angel, excluding the stone column, weighs 7 tons and is covered with 24 karat gold. At the base of the stone column is a mausoleum that keeps the remains of several heroes who fought for Mexican Independence, one of them being Hidalgo.

Product weight in grams
41.66666
Gold weight in grams
37.5
Fineness
900
Gold weight in troy ounces
1.20565
Diameter
37
Thickness
-
Face value description
50 pesos
Manufacturer
Mexico

Obverse

The obverse portrays the Angel of Independence, a personification of Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, standing high in front of the Mexican Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes, holding in her right hand a laurel crown that symbolises victory, and broken chains in her left which symbolise freedom. To the left of the angel is the denomination “50 PESOS” and the year “1821” which marks the date of Mexican Independence. To the right is the gold content “37.5 Gr”, accompanied by the text “ORO PURO”, which translates as “pure gold”, and the date of issue.

Reverse

The reverse depicts the coat of arms of Mexico, a Golden Eagle perched on a cactus devouring a snake. Surrounding the eagle is the text “ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS”, which translates as “United States of Mexico”.

Packaging

Each coin is individually packaged in a hard plastic capsule if desired.

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