1993 Mexico Piramide De El Tajin 5 oz silver Pre-Columbian Series
1993 Mexico Piramide De El Tajin - 5 oz silver - Pre-Columbian Series. The powerful imagery of the distinctive pre-Columbian cultures in Central America are well suited to numismatic purpose, and the Mexican Mint has taken advantage of this to make an interesting series of pre-Columbian silver coins for collectors around the world to enjoy. The pre-Columbian silver coins minted by the Casa de Moneda de Mexico are all uncirculated commemorative coins, meaning that they have never been used as legal tender. The one troy ounce (31.1 gram) silver pre-Columbian coins are 1.6 inches (40 mm) in diameter, and 1/8 inch (3 mm) thick. The one-half troy ounce (15.552 gram) coins are 1 1/3 inches (33 mm) in diameter, and the quarter-ounce (7.776 gram) fractional silver coins are 1 1/10 inches (27 mm) across. Regardless of their size, these coins are made out of 99.9% pure silver, and are available in two finishes, satin and proof. The six collections which make up the main part of the Mexican pre-Columbian coins are.
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