Is the 1987 Mexican Madero 500 peso coin made of silver?
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$5,500 dollars today. Not worth much unfortunately...
The 1987 Mexico Onza has a silver value of $18.74. The collector's value of this coin can be as much as $60. "onza" is Spanish for "ounce" so the coin contains one troy ounce of silver. Its value will also be affected by the current price of silver bullion which changes daily.
2.50 is what the coin is worth. That yr. there is no silver in that coin.
1987 mexico 500$ coin worth today usa
Your 1968 Mexican Olympic silver coin is worth about $8 at retail value and could be sold for about $5.
There are 0.78 troy ounces of silver in most Mexican 8 reales or in a 1 silver pesos coin.
The 1947 - 1948 Mexican Silver Cinco Pesos Coin has the head of Cuauhtemoc on it.
1987 v.carranza coin
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How much is a 1988 madero 500 worth
There is about 25 dollars worth of silver in this coin. That is all it is worth.
A 1978 Mexican 100 peso coin is not a rare coin. It has a silver content of 0.643 troy ounces silver, so its worth is the market rate of the metal for this weight.
silver on the outside/ small gold coin inside
How much Is 1987 Madero $500 Is worth In the United States? From everything I am finding it is pretty much worthless. I also have one that I was so excited because it is worth $5500.00 according to Wiki answers but everywhere else says they are worth about 25 cents.
A 1921 Mexican 1 Peso coin contains 0.3856 troy ounces of silver.
I have this 25 Mexican pesos, but my coin it is silver and maby original, because this coin have inscription on the edge...
There was no Mexican coin denominated "500" anything in issued 1967. There was a copper-nickel (not silver) 500 peso coin issued in 1987 - it is worth less than a US dollar in circulated condition, and a bit mor than US$2.00 in Uncirculated condition.
value of the silver. Current silver price x .72.
If you're referring to a 1987 one ounce Silver Eagle bullion coin the value goes up and down with the price of silver. As of today silver is $17.42 per ounce. So the coin is worth about $15.00
Mexican 1 peso coins minted between 1957 and 1967 contain 10% silver. By weight, that's 1.6 grams of silver per coin.
The actual silver weight is .3856 troy ounce.
From 1977 to 1979 the 100 Peso coin was .72 fine silver, weighed 27.77 grams, and contained .6429 troy ounces of silver.
it contains 1/2 oz of 92.5% silver
I have a 1934 "un peso" silver 720 peso, what is it worth?
As of today the Silver content in the coin (72% Silver) values is between 10 dollars to 20 depending on it's condition.
I have a 1875 Mexican paso 10D 20G Libartad. What's it worth?
The coin is worth around $50.00 bucks (depending on silver price). If anyone tries to sell it to you for more than 20 spot on silver its a rip.
It's the indication of how much silver is in a coin or a piece of jewelery. So for instance a 1977 Mexican Morales 100 peso coin weighs .89oz and is made of .720 Fine silver. that means there is .64oz of silver in the coin. .89 X .720 = .6408
In good condition, the spot (market) price of an ounce of silver plus ~ $4
The current price of silver is about $16/oz
need to know the denomination before this question can be answered
Mexican silver is Usually 90% silver and above (sterling is 92.5% silver 7.5% copper). However, if you mean a Mexican Onza coin, these are .999 pure silver and are priced by the current spot silver price. Currently silver is selling for about $13 an ounce, so a dealer would probably buy at $10-$11 and sell at $15-$16.
Sadly Mexican the 1957-1967 pesos contain only a tiny bit of silver for how large the coin is, it contains .0514 of a troy ounce of silver, with current silver prices that is around $1.25 or so.
This coin is worth about $15.00 depending on the buyer.
A 1 Peso coin made from .720 silver is worth $8.00
If the coin is a 1987 Silver Eagle with no S mint mark on the back under the left wing it should be worth about the spot price of silver at time of sale. If it has the S mint mark it is a proof coin an may be worth more depending on condition an the buyer.
A 1964 Mexican Peso is 10% silver (although mostly on the outside - the middle of the coin has basically no silver at all) and contains 0.0514 troy ounces of silver (about 65 US cents worth). Numismatically, the coin is worth about US$0.85 in Extremely Fine condition (very little wear) and about US$2.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
A 1965 Mexican Peso is 10% silver (although mostly on the outside - the middle of the coin has basically no silver at all) and contains 0.0514 troy ounces of silver (about 65 US cents worth). Numismatically, the coin is worth about US$0.85 in Extremely Fine condition (very little wear) and about US$2.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The value is only for the silver in the coin as of today(11-21-09) silver is $18.51 per ounce. Also please note: The coin is a American Silver Eagle not a walking liberty silver dollar.
I don't know ... you tell me, it's in about very fine condition
$30 in Extra fine condition.
ive sold the same thing and its worth about 243$
The 1966 Mexican peso is about ten percent silver so its value fluctuates with the silver market. Its value also fluctuates depending on the wear of the coin.
$85.00 dollars on amazon
Proof and uncirculated coins are valued the same at $15.00
$20 to $56 depending upon the condition of the coin.
Silver bullion comes in many forms, bars and rounds that have Santa on then to coins from different countries backed by there currency. Many investers look for the latter for the idea of the secondary value if silver ever crashed. With that said condition is king along with availability and demand. Silver spot price per ounce is the starting point for value then you add going rate for that coins premium usually a couple dolars… Read More
If you are asking about the silver one dollar coin. This coin was issued as Proof and Uncirculated, both types have the same average retail value of $24.00.