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Mexico First Republic Gold 8 Escudo Liberty Cap (1832-1870)
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$2,091.37
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Description
The Mexico First Republic Gold 8 Escudo featuring the Liberty Cap design was minted during a historically rich period in Mexico, from 1832 to 1870, following the country's independence from Spain. These gold coins are a significant part of Mexican numismatic history, portraying classical symbols of liberty and national pride. The obverse typically features the Mexican coat of arms with an eagle clutching a snake, while the reverse displays the iconic Liberty Cap, a symbol of freedom, with rays emanating from behind, often accompanied by the inscription "LIBERTAD" and the denomination. Given their age and gold content, these coins are highly sought after by collectors and investors alike, and their value can vary greatly depending on factors such as rarity, condition, and specific year of minting.
Material
Gold
Item Weight
0.7615 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity
0.875
Attributes
Numismatic
Features
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Condition
Pure Qualified
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