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LAST SILVER COINS OF NAZI GERMANY

Germany 2 Reichsmark KM93 1936-1939Germany 5 Reichsmark KM94 1936-1939
This historic set features the last two silver coins ever minted by Nazi Germany: the 2 and 5 Reichsmark. The coins were only struck four years, until production was halted by in 1939 by WWII. Both depict an Eagle holding a Swastika on one side, Paul Von Hindenburg on the other, and have unusual lettered edges.  The 5 Reichsmark is the size of a half dollar and is struck in .900 fine silver. The 2 Reichsmark is the size of a quarter and is struck in .600 fine silver. The coins grades Very Fine or better.
Item H-DE-NAZI2 NAZI GERMANY 2 & 5 REICHMARK, 1936-39 KM93-94 VF $38.00

ATTRACTIVE OLD UNCIRCULATED MEXICAN SILVER PESO

Mexico 1 Peso KM455This silver Peso was the workhorse of the Mexican economy from 1920 until 1945.  It was during this period that Mexico recovered from the upheavals of the Mexican Revolution and went on to establish new political and economic institutions. One side features the Mexican eagle on a cactus eating a snake.  The numerals “0.7 20”, indicating the silver content of the coin (.720 fine silver) is on either side of the head of the eagle.  The other side has the denomination within a wreath and a rayed liberty cap above.   The 34mm and contains .3857 troy ounces of silver.   We have a nice selection of this popular coin in Uncirculated condition dating from 1932 to 1945.
Item H-MX-1P455 MEXICO 1 PESO 1932-1945 (Joel's choice of dates) KM455 UNC. $16.00
Item H-MX-1P455x5 MEXICO 5 DIFFERENT DATES OF THE ABOVE 1 PESO (Joel's choice of dates) UNC. $75.00



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LAST SILVER COINS OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE 

German Empire silver 1/2 Mark and 1 Mark coinsWith Germany’s defeat in World War I, the German Empire, also known as the 2nd Reich, came to an end. This set includes the two last silver coins issued by the German Empire: the 1/2 Mark and 1 Mark. Both feature the crowned Germanic Eagle on one side and the denomination on the other. The 1 Mark was minted from 1873 to 1916.  The 1/2 Mark was minted from 1905 until 1919. The 1/2 Mark is about the size of a nickel, the 1 Mark is about the size of a quarter. Both are struck in .900 fine silver.  We offer the set in two grades: Circulated and Brilliant Uncirculated.  The coins in circulated sets grade Very Good to Extra Fine and often include earlier dates.  The Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) coins date from 1914 to 1919 and are in their original mint condition.  
Item H-DE-SSET2C GERMAN EMPIRE SILVER 1/2 AND 1 MARK 1873-1919 Circulated (VG-XF) $18.00
Item H-DE-SSET2BU GERMAN EMPIRE SILVER 1/2 AND 1 MARK 1914-1919 KM17 & KM14 Uncirculated $40.00



MAGNIFICENT LARGE 1910 IMPERIAL GERMAN BANK NOTE 

Inmperial German 1000 Mark note 1910
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These old German 1000 Mark note dated 1910 is large and impressive!  The note features the allegorical figures of Navigation and agriculture flanking the imperial German arms. The over-sized note is 187mm x 110mm and is printed in various shades of brown on special ridged paper containing silk threads.  It is dated April 21, 1910, however it continued to be issued throughout World War I. The note shows minimal or no signs of circulation.  It is an impressive old note at a moderate price.
Item H-PM-DE-1000M-10 GERMANY 1000 MARK NOTE 1910 P44 or P45 AU $5.00



HISTORIC SILVER COINS OF PRUSSIA COMMEMORATES DEFEAT OF NAPOLEON

After Germany was unified in 1871, the states were allowed to strike their own higher denomination coins.  The coins were all struck to the same standard, so that they could circulated throughout the country. The 2 Mark is 28mm in diameter and contains .321 troy ounces of silver, the 3 Mark is 33mm and contains.4823 troy ounces of silver.
Prussia 2 and 3 Mark, 1913, 100th Anniversary of defeat of Napoleon, KM532 & KM534In 1913 Prussiastruck a pair of beautiful silver coins commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Defeat of Napoleon.  The silver 2 and 3 Mark both have the same design.  One side shows an eagle attacking a snake while the other side shows King Frederick Wilhelm III on horseback being hailed by soldiers, civilians, and children.  The legend at the top "König Rief Und Alle Alle Kamen" (The King Called and All Came) and the date "17.3.1813" refers to his call to arms against Napoleon.   With the help of the Prussian army, Napoleon and the French army were defeated at the Battle of Leipzig in October of 1813.  Ironically, within a year of the time the coins were struck, Prussia, now part of Germany, would again be at war with France.  This time however, the French, not the German forces that would be victorious.  With Germany's disastrous loss in the war, Wilhelm was forced to abdicate and lived his remaining days in seclusion in the Netherlands.  These were the last commemorative coins issued by Prussia.
Item H-PRUS-NAP PRUSSIA 2 & 3 MARK 1913 DEFEAT OF NAPOLEON, KM532 & KM534 XF-AU $65.00



1923 GERMAN INFLATION CURRENCY SETS 

German Reichsbank Inflation notes, August and September 1923              Privately issued banknotes from German Inflationary period of August - September 1923
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In 1923, Germany experienced some of the world’s worst inflation. Prices increased hourly and people needed a suitcase of full of money just to make modest purchases.  Some companies printed their own currency to meet payroll and pay for supplies. We are pleased to offer you the following two sets of notes from the 1923 German Hyperinflation: From the German Reichsbank (German government bank) we offer a set of eight inflation notes with denominations from 1 Million Mark to 500 Million Mark.  The notes are dated between August 9, 1923 and September 1, 1923. Included are the 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 Million Mark notes.  In order to produce the notes quickly in order to keep up with inflation, the notes had simple designs and were printed only on one side. The 5 Million Mark note grades XF to AU, the other seven notes are AU to Uncirculated.

We also offer a set of three notes from the Hugo Stinnes Shipping Lines of Hamburg.  Hugo Stinnes was a brilliant German industrialist.  He made a fortune in World War I in steel and coal production. Following the war he borrowed vast sums, which he used to buy companies and hard assets.  With the inflation that followed, he was able to repay the loans with greatly depreciated currency, thus further increasing his fortune.  By the end of 1923 he owned over 4000 companies!  Hugo Stinnes’ vast personal wealth and huge industrial empire made his currency one of the few private issues to be accepted throughout Germany.  From the Hugo Stinnes Lines we have the 1, 5 and 10 Million Mark notes in Uncirculated condition.  The notes are dated between August 18 and September 1, 1923. All three notes feature the flag of his shipping company on the front and the denomination on the back.

All the notes are roughly 5.5” x 3.5” (140 x 90mm). According to the inscriptions on both sets of notes, the notes were valid only for a short period of time, ranging from about 3 weeks to about 3 months from the notes issue date.  This may have been done in an attempt to control inflation by trying to "extinguish" part of the money supply, however I suspect it only encouraged people to spend their money faster, thus increasing the velocity of money and furthering inflationary pressures.

These fascinating currency sets that serve as a warning of what happens when a nations monetary policy gets out of control.
Item H-PM-DE-INFLAT8 GERMANY SET OF 8 INFLATION BANKNOTES, 1 MILLION - 500 MILLION MARK, 1923 P102-110, XF-UNC. $48.00
Item H-PM-DE-STINNES GERMANY STINNES LINES 1, 5 & 10 MILLION MARK NOTES, 1923 UNC $19.50


GERMAN INFLATION NOTE

Germany 1,000,000,000 Mark October 20, 1923Germany’s inflation rate started soaring in 1922.  The price of a loaf of bread went from 3.50 Mark in June 1922 to 80 Billion Mark a loaf in November 1923. The German government continued to print ever higher denominations to keep up with the demand for money, which only made inflation worse.  This 1 Milliarde (1 Billion = 1,000,000,000) Mark note was issued dated October 20, 1923.  The small (127mm x 61mm, 5” x 2.4”) note is printed on only one side.  The note features the denomination in words with a blue-green underprint. The massive inflation and economic turmoil wiped out much wealth of the German middle class, paving the way for Hitler’s rise to power. The notes are attractive and historic reminders of what happens when a government creates too much money!  
Item H-PM-DE-1B GERMANY 1 MILLIARDE (BILLION) MARK NOTE, OCT. 1923, P122 VF $6.00


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GERMAN INFLATION POSTAGE STAMPS

Germany inflation era postage stamps: 10 Pfennig - 5 Million Mark
Germany’s post World War I inflation is reflected in their postage stamps.  This set includes 27 different German postage stamps issued between 1918 to 1923, with values ranging from 10 Pfennig (cost of a domestic letter in 1918) to 5 Million Mark (a domestic letter cost 4 Million Mark on Oct. 20, 1923).    In order to try to keep up with the soaring rates some stamps were overprinted with new values.  The stamps in this collection are all original unused stamps however some may be slightly torn or damaged.
Item H-STMP-DE-INFL27 27 DIFFERENT UNUSED GERMAN POSTAGE STAMPS 1918-1923 $12.00


GERMANY CELEBRATES 1st ANNIVERSARY OF NAZI RULE  

Nazi Germany 5 Reichsmark Church with dateNazi Germany celebrated the first anniversary of Nazi rule with thesesilver commemorative 2 and 5 Reichsmark coins dated 1934.  Both coins have the same design. The reverse portrays the Potsdam Garrison Church and the date 21 March, 1933.   It was at this church that date that Hitler ceremonially opened the first Reichstag of the Third Reich, officially ushering in Nazi control of Germany The obverse depicts the German Eagle and two small swastikas. The 25mm 2 Reichsmark coin is struck in .625 fine silver and contains .1607 troy oz. of silver.  The 29mm 5 Reichsmark coin is struck in .900 fine silver and contains .4016 troy oz. of silver.
Item H-DE-81 NAZI GERMANY SILVER 2 REICHSMARK 1934, 1st. ANNIVERSARY OF NAZI RULE KM81 VF $19.50
Item H-DE-82 NAZI GERMANY SILVER 5 REICHSMARK 1934, 1st. ANNIVERSARY OF NAZI RULE KM82 VF $29.50


FIRST NAZI GERMAN COIN  

Nazi Germany 1 Reichsmark coin KM78This nickel 1 Reichsmark was the first new coin introduced by the Nazi government after they assumed power in 1933.   One side bears an Imperial eagle, while the other has the date and denomination.  The coin was stuck in nickel and was minted from 1933 until 1939.  The coins were recalled and melted after the start of World War II as the nickel was needed for the war effort.  Today it is one of the hardest to find of all the regular issue Nazi German coins.
Item H-DE-1RMK NAZI GERMANY NICKEL 1 REICHSMARK 1933-39 KM78 VF-XF $13.00



NAZI GERMANY SILVER COINS

NAZI GERMANY SILVER 2 REICHSMARK

Nazi Germany silver 2 Reichsmark Hindenburg/SwastikaThis historic silver 2 Reichsmark was struck by Nazi Germany from 1936 until production was halted by the start of World War II in 1939. One side depicts a Nazi Eagle holding a swastika with the legend "Deutsches Reich", along with the date and denomination. The other side pictures Paul Von Hindenburg, who turned Germany over to Hitler. Hitler honored him by putting him on this coin. The coin is approximately the size of a quarter and has an unusual lettered edge. The coin contains .1607 troy ounces of silver and grades Very Fine or better. It is an historic coin of the failed Third Reich.
Item H-DE-93 NAZI GERMANY SILVER 2 REICHSMARK HINDENBURG/SWASTIKA 1936-39 KM93 VF $13.00

POTSDAM GARRISON CHURCH ON NAZI SILVER 5 REICHSMARK

Germany silver 5 Reichsmark Military Church / Eagle and 2 swastikasThe Postsdam Garrison Church, also known as the Potsdam Military Church, is featured on this Nazi German silver 5 Reichsmark. It was at this church that on March 21, 1933 Hitler ceremonially opened the first Reichstag of the Third Reich, officially ushering in Nazi control of Germany. To honor the event, the Church was featured on this silver 5 Reichsmark. The obverse depicts a Germanic Eagle, two small swastikas and the legend "Deutsches Reich". The church was built by Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm I between 1730 and 1735, and was destroyed by fire on April 14, 1945. Two weeks later Hitler committed suicide. The coin is approximately the size of a Half Dollar and has an unusual lettered edge. It is struck in .900 fine silver, which was the same as was used for United States coins. It contains .4016 troy ounces of silver. It was struck only 2 years, 1934 and 1935, before being replaced in 1935 with a new design featuring Paul von Hindenburg.
Item H-DE-83 5 REICHSMARK MILITARY CHURCH 1934-35 KM83 VF $24.00

HINDENBURG & EAGLE ON NAZI GERMANY SILVER 5 REICHSMARK

Nazi Germany silver 5 Reichsmark Hindenburg/Eagle 1935-36German President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler as Chancellor of Germany, putting Germany under Nazi rule. Hindenburg died the following year in August 1934. Hitler honored him by putting him on this silver 5 Reichsmark coin. Hitler himself never appeared on any official German coins or currency. The obverse depicts the head of Hindenburg. The reverse side features a Germanic Eagle, the date, denomination and the legend "Deutsches Reich". The coin was struck for only about a year starting in mid 1936. In mid-1936 the reverse was changed to a new design. The coin is approximately the size of a Half Dollar and has an unusual lettered edge. It is struck in .900 fine silver, which was the same as was used for United States coins. It contains .4016 troy ounces of silver. It is a short-lived Nazi Germany coin.
Item H-DE-86 5 REICHSMARK HINDENBURG/EAGLE 1935-36 KM86 VF $19.00

HINDENBURG & SWASTIKA ON NAZI GERMAN 5 REICHSMARK

Nazi Germany silver 5 Reichsmark with Eagle holding SwastikaIn mid-1936 Nazi Germany revised the reverse of their 5 Reichsmark, replacing the Germanic Eagle with a Nazi Eagle holding a Swastika. The obverse, featuring the Paul von Hindenburg was left unchanged. The silver 2 Reichsmark coin bearing the same design of Hindenburg and the Nazi Eagle holding the Swastika was introduced at the same time. The coin continued to be minted until 1939, when it was discontinued due to the war effort. The coin is approximately the size of a Half Dollar and has an unusual lettered edge. It is struck in .900 fine silver, which was the same as was used for United States coins. It contains .4016 troy ounces of silver. The coin serves as a reminder of the brief but destructive "1000 Year Reich".
Item H-DE-94 5 REICHSMARK HINDENBURG/SWASTIKA 1936-39 KM94 VF $325.00

Buy the set and save!SPECIAL - ALL 4 OF THE ABOVE NAZI GERMAN SILVER COINS

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Item H-DE-SSET4 SET OF ABOVE 4 NAZI GERMAN SILVER COINS $79.50



NAZI GERMAN 8 COIN SET

Nazi Germany 8 coin set: 1 - 50 Reichspfennigs This set consists of the eight lower denominations of Nazi German coins each showing the eagle and swastika. The 1936-1939 issues include the 1, 2, 5 and 10 Reichspfennig made from bronze or aluminum-bronze alloys. In 1939 an aluminum 50 Reichspfennig with the Eagle and Swastika was introduced, and was produced until 1944. In 1940 the 1, 5 and 10 Reichspfennig were switched to zinc and the 2 Reichspfennig was discontinued due to the war. All eight coins grade VF or better, though the zinc coins may show some spots as zinc spots very easily. The coins all feature the denomination on one side and an eagle holding a swastika on the other.
Item H-DE-NAZISET8 NAZI GERMAN 8 COIN SET 1- 50 REICHSPFENNIG, 1936-1944 $20.00



NAZI GERMAN 14 COIN SET

Nazi Germany 14 coin set
This 14 coin set includes the regular issue coins of Nazi Germany listed above. Included are the following coins: The bronze 1 and 2 Reichspfennig issued from 1936 to 1940 with an eagle and swastika. The aluminum-bronze (brass) 5 and 10 Reichspfennig issued from 1936 to 1939 with an eagle and swastika. The aluminum 50 Reichspfennig picturing an eagle, which was dated only one year, 1935. The nickel 1 Reichsmark with an eagle which was issued from 1933 to 1939. Because nickel was a critical war material, most were melted during the War. The silver 5 Reichmark issued in 1934 and 1935 pictures the Potsdam Garrison Church where Hitler was sworn into office on one side and an eagle and two small swastikas on the other. Paul von Hindenburg and an Eagle are on the silver 5 Reichsmark dated 1935 and 1936. The silver 2 Reichsmark and 5 Reichsmark dating from 1936 to 1939 pictures Hindenburg on one side and an eagle holding a swastika during the other. Because of World War II, the only coins issued after 1940 were the zinc 1, 5 and 10 Reichspfennig, and the aluminum 50 Reichspfennig, which depict an eagle holding a swastika. The coins grade Very Fine or better, though the zinc coins may have some spots. Because of the difficulty in obtaining all 14 coins at one time, I rarely am able to offer this historic set. (Note: this set includes the coins from Nazi set of 4 silver coins and the Nazi 8 coin set listed above, plus the aluminum 1935 50 Reichspfennig which was issued that single year, and the scarce nickel 1 Reichsmark)
Item H-DE-NAZISET14 NAZI GERMAN 14 COIN SET 1 REICHSPFENNIG - 5 REICHSMARK 1934-44 $116.00


NAZI GERMAN MILITARY CURRENCY 

German Wehrmacht military currency, 1 Reichsmark 1944 PM38
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This Wehrmacht military scrip note was used by Nazi Germany to pay its troops during the final months of World War II.  The green 1 Reichsmark is dated September 15, 1944. Soldiers were paid in military scrip while in transit. When a soldier arrived at his post the notes could be converted to the local currency or occupation notes. The front includes an Eagle holding a Swastika and the inscription "Deuteche Wehrmacht”.  The back of the note includes regulations and instructions on how to use the notes. It is interesting and historic piece of World War II  military history.
Item H-PM-DE-MILIT1 GERMAN MILITARY 1 REICHSMARK NOTE 1944 PM38 UNC. $12.00


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SCARCE & ATTRACTIVE 1952 UNCIRCULATED MEXICAN COIN SET

MEXICO 1952 1, 5 AND 20 CENTAVOSThis Uncirculated set of three 1952 Mexican coins is both and attractive, and we can offer it at a very good price.  Included is the scarce bronze 20 Centavos.  With a mintage of less than 6.6 million, it is the lowest mintage of its series. It features the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan. A liberty cap is above the pyramid. The bronze 5 Centavos depicts Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez who was a supporter of Mexican independence from Spain and who helped the leaders of the independence movement elude capture.  It also has one of the lowest mintages in its series.  The brass 1 Centavo features three oat sprigs.  The coins are Brilliant Uncirculated, however may have minor carbon spots.  The set catalogs for $47.35 in BU, $34.90 in Uncirculated.  Our price is MUCH less.
Item H-MX-SET52 MEXICO 1, 5 & 20 CENTAVOS 1952 UNC. $15.00

NEWATTRACTIVE OLD MEXICAN COIN SET

Mexico 6 coin set: 1, 5, 10, 20, 25 & 50 Centavos 1959-1965This attractive six coin set from Mexico includes the following coins dating from 1959 to 1965: The 25mm copper-nickel 50 Centavos pictures Cuauhtemoc, the last emperor of the Aztec Empire.  The 23mm copper-nickel 25 Centavos is dated 1964.  The coin depicts Francisco Madero who served as President of Mexico from 1911 until he was assassinated in 1913.  The Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan is on the 28.5mm bronze 20 Centavos. The 23.5mm bronze 10 Centavos depicts Benito Juarez. Juarez served five terms as President of Mexico between 1858 and 1872.  He helped overthrow the French sponsored Empire of Maximilian and restore the Republic of Mexico.  With a height of only 4 feet 6 inches (1.37m.) his was one of the shortest presidents in the world.  Josefa Ortiz De Dominguez is depicted on the 20.4mm brass 5 Centavos.  She assisted in Mexico’s War of Independence.  The 15mm brass 1 Centavos features three oat sprigs.  The obverse of all six coins depict Mexico’s national emblem of an eagle eating a snake.  The coins are Uncirculated from original mint bags, however some coins may be a bit toned, so we call them AU-UNC.
Item H-MX-SET6 MEXICO 6 COIN SET 1 CENTAVO - 50 CENTAVOS 1959-65 AU-UNC. $3.50



AZTEC BALL PLAYER ON MEXICAN OLYMPIC SILVER COIN Restocked

Mexico 25 Pesos 1968 XIX Olympic Summer Games, KM465Mexico issued this silver 25 Pesos dated 1968 to celebrate the XIX Summer Olympic Games held in Mexico City that year.  The coin depicts an Aztec or Mayan playing a Meso-American ball game called Ollamaliztli. Behind the player is the outline of the game court.  The game was played with a hard rubber ball that weighed as much as 9 pounds (4 kg.).  The ball was no allowed to touch the ground and was to be kept in play.  The goal was to knock the ball through one of two stone hoops without using hands. It rarely happened, so points could be scored or penalties given by other play as well.  It was a fast paced game in which players had to throw themselves against the surface of the court to keep the ball from hitting the ground. As might be expected injuries were common. The stakes were high due to extensive wagering (people would wager themselves or their children into slavery), and in some cases, the losing team would be sacrificed to the gods.  Beneath the ball player are the five interlocking Olympic rings.  The obverse features the Mexican eagle eating a snake.  The 38mm coin is struck in .720 fine silver and contains .5175 troy ounces of silver.
Item MX-25P MEXICO 25 PESOS 1968 OLYMPICS KM479 XF-AU $17.50
Item MX-25Px5 5 OF THE ABOVE MEXICO 25 PESOS 1968 OLYMPICS KM479 XF-AU $72.50


MEXICAN BANKNOTE SET

Mexican currency set: 5 Pesos - 10000 Pesos, 1971-1991
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In 1969 the Banco de Mexico introduced a new series of banknotes featuring modern designs.   The colorful new notes featured Mexican heroes and architecture.   Inflation became a major problem, requiring ever higher denominations to be issued.  The series ended in 1992 when Mexico did a 1000 to 1 revaluation of their currency.  This 10 note set includes the 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 and 10,000 Peso notes issued in this period.  The first three notes featured heroes of the Mexican War of Independence.  The 5 Pesos note, dated 1971 depicts Josefa Ortiz de Dominquez (La Corregidora) on the front.   The back features the city of Queretaro where she lived and the famous Queretaro Aqueduct.  The Aqueduct was built between 1726 and 1738 by a wealthy Marquis, who according to legend, built it to show his love for a Nun which he knew he could never marry.  The 1977 10 Pesos depicts Mexican Catholic Priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla.  The back features the Church of Dolores from which he issued his famous cry for Mexican Independence, thus instigating the revolt against Spain. The 1976 20 Pesos features Jose Morelos on the front and the Quetzalcoatl pyramid on the back.  Morelos was a priest who led the Mexican War of Independence after the execution of Hidalgo. The next four notes feature heroes of the 1910-1916 Mexican Revolution.  The 1981 50 Pesos depicts Benito Juarez on the front and a Zapotec Urn (Urna Zapoteca) on the back.  The front of the 1982 100 Pesos features Venustiano Carranza and the mural La Trinchera by revolutionary Mexican artist Jose Clemente Orozco.  The back depicts a Toltec stone figure used in human sacrifices. The 1984 500 Pesos features Francisco I Madero on the front the famous Aztec calendar stone on the back.  The 1985 1000 Pesos depicts 17th century scholar and nun Juana Inés de la Cruz (Sor Juana) on the front.  The back features Santo Domingo Plaza in Mexico City.  The 1989 2000 Pesos has Mexican writer Justo Sierra and the famous Library of the National Autonomous University of Mexico on the front.   The old University courtyard is on the back. The 1987 5000 Pesos features the six Heroic Cadets on the front and Mexico City's Chapultepec Castle on the back.  The teenage cadets died defending the Castle, which then served as Mexico’s Military Academy, against invading United States troops.  The 1991 10,000 Pesos depicts Mexican President Lazaro Cardenas and a petroleum refinery on the front.  Cardenas nationalized the Mexican oil industry during his term from 1934 and 1940.  The back features the Coyolxauhqui stone disk.  The disk was found during construction in Mexico City in 1978.  It depicts the moon goddess Coyolxauhqui dismembered.  All 10 notes grade Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated.
Item PM-MX-SET10 MEXICO 10 NOTE SET: 5 - 10,000 PESOS 1971-1991 AU-UNC. $30.00


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