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Mexico 1 Centavo  1950 to 1973
Mexico 1 Centavo 1950 to 1973

These are modern coins and are worth face value. If you have a nice specimen, like the one in our photo, a collector would pay a few US dollars to add it to his or her collection.

The 1973 date is less common than the other dates. Catalog value for a 1973 is $20 if in fully uncirculated condition. With circulation, value falls to $5 or so.

Coin: 6634 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: SWANY, Sat, 22-Jan-2011 19:39:37 GMT
Answered by: Chris, Mon, 07-Oct-2013 21:28:02 GMT
Reviewed by Chris - Appraisal OK, Mon, 07-Oct-2013 21:28:02 GMT
Requester description: 1952 15 MM ACROSS. DATE SIDE HAS 3 STALKS OF WHAT APPEARS TO BE SOME TYPE OF PLANT 2 ARE AT 90% TO THE ONE STANDING ALSO HAS 1 AND A C. MINT MARK M. OTHER SIDE ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS WITH A BIRD AND SNAKE IN MOUTH.
Tags: mexico 1 centavo centavow centanos centaos centavos 15 3 stalks stalk type plant 2 90 one standing stand mint mark estados unidos mexicanos bird snake mouth types ones deutschemark marke dutchemark markt deuchmark marks marc marck meican mex mexicana mecican mexio nexicana mexicano mexican wheat rock eagle hawk falcon serpent branch cactus grain leaves leaf wreath rocks asps snakes asp grains leafs leave leaved leafed leafy leavs

Comments

An 1952 Mexican coin. The coin gots an 1 C. On one side and other side with the eagle and snake in its mouth. Greate coundition of the coin. This coin was given to me by my Mother in Law. She has gaven me her collection from Mexico. - Cervantes
Your Mom-in-Law gave you a nice gift. You can use it to start your own coin collection. Coin collecting is called the King of Hobbies! - CoinQuest (Paul)

Hi. My name is merced. I've .50. Cent. Coin from 1907. It look like silver. Ok end .10. Cent from 1936. .5cent from 1928. Un peso 1945. Caranza1859 to 1959 cinco pesos ley .720 .5 cent from 1933. 5 cent from 1954. .10 cent from 1936. 10 cent from 1954. .5 cent from 1958 .5 cent 1936. All from mexico. I' do not know if they have any vulue. - merced
Hi Merced -- Sounds like you have a nice collection of coins. There is no easy way to find out what they are worth; you must look them up one-by-one and you must estimate their grade, or state of preservation. This web site has many of your coins, but, since you have so many, a coin catalog is probably better. You can find coin catalogs at most libraries. - CoinQuest (Paul)

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