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Commemorative coins of Mexico
The Mexican Silver Circle, also known as “Mo Yin” or “Yingyang”, is a silver metal coin
It was cast in 1823-24 after Mexico became an independent republic.
The obverse of the coin is the national emblem of Mexico, with a snake in its beak standing on the cactus
After Mexico’s independence in 1810, the silver coin and gold shield continued to be minted and circulated.
But until 1823, two years after the end of the war of independence,
The Mexican national emblem and eagles began to appear on the silver coins of Mexico.
In 1863, Mexico began to use decimal coins and began to circulate them.
At the end of the 19th century, the silver coins of Mexico were replaced by one peso,
However, the basic features, especially the design of the eagle, have been preserved.
The Mexican Eagle Coin refers to the new coinage used after Mexico’s independence in 1821.
It was cast in 1823.
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