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a peso is about 7 cents.
100 pesos in America is 7.31$
100 pesos in America is 7.31$
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Answer More information is needed. Many countries use the peso as their currency unit. Please post a new question including the country name. Also, no…te that "un" is the Spanish word for "one" and does not refer to the United Nations (which doesn't issue coins anyway, LOL!)
Many countries use (or used) the peso as their currency. Please post a new question with the country of origin.
If it's from Mexico the honest answer is "not much". Mexico's currency plummeted in value due to inflation during the 1980s, so much so that its old currency was withdrawn fro…m circulation and replaced in 1992-93. Old pesos (noted with the "$" sign, just like U.S. dollars) were exchanged for new pesos at the rate of 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, one old peso is worth about 1/100 of a U.S. cent.
multiply the weight of the coin in troy oz. times .720 (% of silver in the coin) times the price of silver at the moment, from <http://www.kitco.com>
it is just cupro nickel with a melt value of around 8 cents USD...sorry
its worth 1 peso
How much is a ( Estados Unidos Mexicanos Un Peso 1943) worth?
15 melt, up to maybe 400 in mint condition. but likely around 20-60 in worn condition
Technically, the answer is 1 peso because you're asking about a Mexican coin in Mexico. If you're actually asking what it's worth in US currency, exchange rates change daily… but during much of 2012 and 2013 the Mexican peso has been worth around 7 US cents.
how much is a 1924 mexican peso worth?
Not sure but I think around $74.00
It really depends on the date and the condition. It could be worth no more than a few cents to be worth a few dollars or more. Once you know the date, you can find out its rar…ity and its precious metal content to find out a value for it. Just do not clean coins that may be valuable because cleaning always reduces value and doesn't increase it.
It is a common coin and usually worth the melt value of the silver content, which is approximately .39 ozt. At this time the approximate value is about $13-$15. If the coin is… in extraordinary condition it may be worth a little more. Check Ebay auctions to see what this coin is currently selling for.
If it's a Mexican "Nuevo" Peso. On 3/11/2012 it's worth $80.87. $1.00 US dollar is worth $12.6835 pesos. If it's one of the OLD Peso currency, it has no monetary value. May …have some collection value.
It depends on which country it's from. Many countries use pesos so you can't tell the value. Ask another question and include the country it was made in.
Years Minted: 1910-1914 Composition: 90.3% Silver Diameter: 39 mm Weight: 27.07 grams (.7859 oz of silver) Obverse Design: National Arms Reverse …Design: Liberty on Horse Shortly after the Mexican Revolution, the newly formed Mexican Government issued their first Peso coin referred to as the "Caballito Peso" or as translated to English Pony or Small Horse Peso. From 1572 (perhaps even earlier) and up to 1914, the silver content of the Mexican Peso (which during the Spanish Colonial era was known as the "Piece of Eight Reales") was held to a remarkably stable standard: 24.44 grams of pure silver.