A coin it has a 2 with a con top of the 2 it is an Estados Unidos Mexicanos coin?
Please look at the coin again to find the name of the country. All modern Mexican coins prominently show the country's name (Estadios Unidos Mexicanos, as you correctly surmised)
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Answer . Unless it is uncirculated, a dealer will probably give you a nickel and sell it for a quarter..
What is the value of an 1883 20 cent coin that says Estados Unidos Mexicanos and has and eagle with a snake in its mouth on the back?
Answer . Better re-check the date on that coin.\n. \n"Estados Unidos Mexicanos" did not appear on Mexican 20 Centavos coins until 1905. Before that, they said "Republica Mexicana".\n. \nMost likely, you have a more current date on your coin. If your coin is silver, it likely has a value of a …dollar or two. If it is one of the more recent bronze coins, you will find them in dealers' misc. foreign bins for 25 cents or less. (MORE)
All you've told me is where the coin came from -- The United States of Mexico. What denomination is it? It says 10 Cs. What condition is it in? Fair Perfect condition. 2 1/2 pesos, it doesn't say 10 Cs. My brother told me 30 years ago that it was a $100 gold piece.
Answer . Cannot answer without knowing the denomination of the coin -- that's like asking how much is my 1995 car worth (without knowing what kind of car).
Answer . You didn't mention the denomination, but unless it's a gold coin, then it's value will be only a few cents in the U.S.\n. \nCoins are not exchangeable at currency exchange places (only paper money), so the only place you can use your coin is either in Mexico, or to sell it to a coin dea…ler for their miscellaneous foreign coin bin for about a nickel. (MORE)
What is the equivalent in US currency of a 1989 Estados Unidos Mexicanos coin that has 100 dollars on the back?
Answer . Either 4/10 of a cent or maybe only 4/100 of a cent. I forget how many times the peso has been devalued since '89. I have 1000 N$ (new peso) coins that were 4 cents when I got them and I think the decimal has been moved at least one more place to the right since then.. Follow-up . As… Joe noted, Mexico uses the $ sign to mean pesos rather than dollars. The old peso was revalued in 1993 at 1000$ = 1N$ As of 09/2008 the N$ is worth about 10 cents so 100 old pesos is now the equivalent of a U.S. penny, (MORE)
Answer (see correction below) This is a brass coin, and is worth around 78 dollars american. Theonly problem is finding someplace to convert it for you. Usuallyairports have a kiosk that will convert foreign currencies. Correction Mexico's currency was devalued by high inflation so in 1993 newco…ins and bills were exchanged for old ones at the ratio of 1000old pesos to 1 new. To exchange it would only bring you 1 peso (MORE)
How much is a coin that says Estados unidos Mexicanos and has a dragon on the front and an eagle on the back worth?
Answer . If it's a gold coin, then it depends on the size and date. Re-ask the question specifying all the wording on both sides of the coin.\n. \nIf it's not gold, it has very little value -- these are often found in dealers' miscellaneous foreign bins for 25 cents or less.
How much are 1989 1000 Estados Unidos Mexicanos coins worth and 500s from 1987 and 1988 and 100s from 1984 through 1992?
These are common items often found in a coin dealers miscellaneous foreign bin for about 25 cents. The conversion rate on the 1989 1000 is about $71 US dollars.
Answer . I think you need to double-check that date -- it should be 1982 -- Mexico was a republic in 1882.. Unless the coin says onza plata pura (1 ounce pure silver), it's value is negligable -- maybe a couple cents. An onza is currently worth about $10.00. The coin you have is :. REPUBLICA M…exico 1882 LIBERTAD .8R .Z .1882. J. S. 10D. 20G. COIN. It is 46.5% silver and today is worth about 10US Dollars . . Pls reference this web site: . http://www.identificacion-numismatica.com/otras-incluso-extranjeras-f6/r-mexicana-8-reales-1882-t22318.htm . According to this site, the 10D 20G refers to the purity, where 12D is pure silver and each D equals 24G. . So, the coin weighs about 27 grams, or about 2/3 of a troy ounce, and is about 90% pure. (MORE)
Answer . \nYou didn't provide the denomination, but if it's from circulation it's probably not worth very much. Mexico revalued its currency in 1993 due to rampant inflation and removed the older issues from circulation.
Many of the coins are valued in price close to $20 each. The amountfor each coin will vary depending upon their wear and tear.
I have a estados unidos mexicano 100.00 1987 I would like to know how much it is, I always saved my mothers old coins. Now that I have a computer I can look up things.
You didn't say whether it was 20 centavos or 20 pesos. In any case, Mexico revalued its currency in 1992-93 at the rate of 1000 old pesos to 1 new peso. The current exchange rate is roughly 1 new peso = 10 U.S. cents, so one old peso is worth 1/100 of a U.S. cent.
It's not 1 dollar, it's 1 peso. Mexico uses the "$" symbol to stand for pesos. The peso's value has fluctuated over the last 10 years but it's been around 7 to 10 US cents recently (2011-2012).
This coin is valued at a $1if it is worn. It is valued at $3 if itis in average condition. It is valued at $4 in well preservedcondition. It is valued at $60 in fully uncirculated condition.
You didn't give the coin's denomination, but assuming it was taken from circulation the short and honest answer is almost certainly "not much". Mexico's currency plummeted in value due to inflation during the 1980s, so much so that its old currency was withdrawn from circulation and replaced in 199…2-93. Old pesos (noted with the "$" sign, just like U.S. dollars) were exchanged for new pesos at the rate to 1000 to 1. The current exchange rate roughly 10 new pesos to one U.S. dollar, so old pesos traded at as little as 1/10,000 of a dollar. That is, take whatever denomination is shown on the coin and divide by 10,000 for its value in dollars, or by 100 for its value in cents. . $1000 COIN (MORE)
I assume it is a 10 peso coin, with the denomination indicated by a $ sign (Mexico uses the same symbol as U.S. dollars, but it stands for pesos). The current exchange rate is about 10 pesos to the dollar.
These are fairly valuable coins. A well worn coin is valued at $10.A coin in average condition is valued at $25. A well preserved coinin valued at $100. A fully uncirculated coin is valued at $500.
Assuming it's from circulation, less than a dime IF you couldexchange it. The denomination is almost certainly shown as "$1000", but in theMexican currency system the "$" symbol refers to pesos rather thandollars. On top of that Mexico underwent runaway inflation duringthe 1980s so the government r…evalued the peso by lopping 3 zerosoff of all prices and values. That would make your coin (an "oldpeso") equivalent to just one current peso, which translates toabout 7Â¢ at the exchange rate in effect as of 11/2013. (MORE)
\n. \n. \nThere were 12 million of these little Colombian copper-nickel coins minted that one year and it may be worth about .25 with heavy wear to around .75 with moderate wear to maybe $2 with light wear. \nYou might also try a library for a copy of the Standard Catalog of World Coins for pictur…es, values and lots more interesting info. (MORE)
Many of the coins are valued at a price close to $8 each. The pricewill vary depending upon the exact coin and its condition.
What is the value of a bi-color 1893 coin that has N10 Diez Nuevos Pesos on one side and Estados Unidos Mexicanos on the other?
Do you mean 1 9 93? As a way to deal with high inflation, Mexico revalued its currency in 1993. Old pesos were withdrawn and replaced with "new pesos" (nuevos pesos) at the rate of 1000 old to one new. If your coin is from 1993 and not 1893, it's a common circulation coin worth about $1 at c…urrent exchange rates. (MORE)
You need to provide a denomination and an estimate of the grade. All you've done is tell us you have a Mexican coin dated 1988 your coin could be worth less than a penny or several hundred dollars, there's no way to know without the denomination and grade.
You didn't say what the 50 stands for - pesos (using a $ sign, like a U.S. dollar) or centavos. Either way, its value is very low. Mexico's currency was affected by severe inflation during the 1980s and the value of the peso fell to about 1/100 of a U.S. cent. The current peso is a so-called "new… peso" worth 1000 old ones. That means your coin is worth 0.05 new pesos, and at current exchange rates one new peso is about a dime. (MORE)
If it's from circulation, face value only. As of 03/2009 the Mexican peso is worth about 7Â¢ U.S.
nothing. unless you find an odd collector who wants it for some reason. Mexico changed their currency out twice. second time was reaaaaaaaaaaallly messed up as i had $400 worth of Mexican currency wasnt aware of the change AND after they changed they would not accept the old currency
i have that coin in silver...a 1988 $500 coin and on the back it says Estados Unidos Mexicanos.
It's unlikely to be worth very much assuming that it came from circulation. In that case you were correct to use the term "gold colored" because it's made from a brass alloy.. Mexico suffered from hyperinflation during the 1980s and was forced to revalue its currency in 1992-93. Old pesos such as y…ours were exchanged at the rate of 1000 to 1, so your 5000-peso coin is equivalent to only 5 modern pesos. Exchange rates fluctuate but as of 03/2009 5 current pesos would be worth a total of less than 35 U.S. cents. (MORE)
The 1925 two centavos coin from Mexico (KM#419) had a mintage of 3,650,000. It is worth about US$2.50 in Fine condition; about US$3.50 in Very Fine; about US$7.50 in Extremely Fine; and about US$38.00 in Uncirculated condition.
The One Centavo (KM# 415) coin from Mexico is made of Bronze, is 20mm in diameter, and weighs 3.00 grams. In 1912, 12,650,000 of these coins were minted. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, it would be worth about US$1.00 in Fine condition, about US$1.35 in Very Fine condition, about U…S$3.25 in Extremely Fine condition, and about US$32.00 in Uncirculated condition. (MORE)
Can you find the value of a Mexican coin that says 20 copia on one side and estados unidos mexicanos on the other?
Nothing. These were coins made as copies for unknown reasons. Hence the word "COPIA". Copia in spanish means COPY. Look at the eagle on the flip side of the coin and you will see that it is facing to the right. On a real Mexican 20 Centavo piece, the eagle will be facing left. You've got yourself a …fake coin. (MORE)
These coins are worth a price ranging close to $10 each. The amountof money that you can expect from the coins will vary dependingupon their condition.
A 1988 Mexican 5000 Pesos coin (only year minted) was devalued -- along with all Mexican currency -- in 1993, so the value is $0.41US. A coin dealer might make an offer just slightly more than that.
The gold coin you are talking about is a "Centenario" and it is worth about $1,200 dollars (or 785 Euros).
You should ask at your local numismatic shop, but you shouldn't sell anywhere bellow US$552.
Mexican denominations include 0.05 (five cents or centavos ), 0.10, 0.20 , 0.50, 1, 2, 5, and 10 coins as well as 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 bank notes. If you mean coins of numismatic value (for example, coins minted earlier than 1993) it depends on the face value, year or composition.
What is the value of a 1998 estados unidos mexicanos 2 pesos coin with an eagle eating a snake on the front and a 2 on the back?
This coin is actually composed of a nickel ring surrounding a copper center. Value is just a few cents.
The coin is about worthless, it is now only one peso or less than a US dime.
Estados Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States) is the official registered named of what is commonly known as MÃ©xico, just as we might call United States of America, the States or USA or America. Geographically we are located in North America. Juan De La Torre
The "$" sign on Mexican coins can be confusing. In the Mexicancurrency system the symbol refers to pesos rather than dollars. Atthe exchange rate in effect as of 11/2013, it's worth about 38 UScents.
A .20 estados unidos mexicano coin is worth about, well, nothing. If you have five of them, you could buy a piece of gum.
Just acquired one of these as a gift from my folks. Based on gold prices in Jan 2011, it should be worth approximately US $400 if it's real. Value will go up and down with the price of gold. According to my research online the coin contains 7.5 grams (o.2411 Troy ounces) gold in 90% composition (21….6 Karat). (MORE)
What is the value of a 1998 estados unidos mexicanos 10 diez pesos coin with an eagle eating a snake on front and a weird design on back?
It's an ordinary circulation coin worth 70 to 80 US cents. Note that "diez" means 10 in Spanish so "10 diez" is equivalent to saying "10 ten"
The 1988 through 1992 Mexican 1000 Pesos coin -- along with all of the Mexican money was devalued in 1993, so the coin is now worth $0.08US.
A 2000 Mexican 10 Pesos retails for $6.75US if like new as a collectible. In exchange it would be worth $0.79US if you could find a place that changes foreign coins. I hope that helps.
Please post a new and separate question with the coin's date and specific denomination. Is it 20 centavos or 20 pesos? "Estados Unidos Mexicano" means "United States of Mexico" but aside from giving the country's name isn't specific enough information to ID the coin.
Several factors have to be considered. First is the date because the percentage of silver changed from 90% over time down to 10%. Second would be the mint mark . Third would be the denomination , 500 what? Take it to a collector or dealer (careful, some dealers will tell you it's onl…y worth scrap prices) Not so! Fourth is "Condition!" Condition decides if it is a $1 coin or a $1000 coin! (MORE)
In circulated condition, the value is $2 or less. If it's uncirculated, this coin will sell for between $6 and $8.50.
One Mexican peso is worth about a dime in the US, maybe a dime plus a penny or two.