ns5 mexicanos piece
It's a common circulation coin worth about 20 cents.
You 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.
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 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.
You are asking about a coin from Mexico ("ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" is Spanish for the "United Mexican States", Mexico's official name) dated 1993, but you would need to know the denomination and condition to value it. Denominations of 5, 10, 20 and 50 Centavos, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Pesos were produced in 1993. None of the centavo coins are worth more than a dollar or so even in uncirculated condition, although the 1, 2, and 5 peso coins may be worth a couple of dollars even in Extremely Fine (that is, slightly circulated) condition. The 10, 20, and 50 Peso coins are bi-metallic, with silver in the center, so they will have value as silver separate and apart from the numismatic or exchange value.
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.
Runaway inflation during the 1980s reduced the value of the peso to almost nothing. Mexico was forced to withdraw its old currency and replace it with "new pesos" in 1992 and 1993. Unfortunately the old pesos traded at about 10,000 to the dollar so 1000 old pesos are worth around a dime.
Do you mean 1993?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 Old pesos were withdrawn and replaced with "new pesos" (nuevos pesos) at the rate of 1000 old to one new.If your coin is from 1993 and not 1893, it's a common circulation coin worth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 current exchange rates.
More information is needed. If the coin is dated 1993 or later it's only worth its current exchange rate which has been USD 0.10 or less for several years. If it's older, please post a new and separate question with the coin's date.
there was no eu until 1993. Do you mean eu like Estados Unidos? Alaska joined in January of 1959, but no one in 1958.
Answer (see correction below)This is a brass coin, and is worth around 78 dollars american. The only problem is finding someplace to convert it for you. Usually airports have a kiosk that will convert foreign currencies. CorrectionMexico's currency was devalued by high inflation so in 1993 new coins and bills were exchanged for old ones at the ratio of 1000 old pesos to 1 new. To exchange it would only bring you 1 peso
This is a Mexican 20 (new) pesos coin. These were minted from 1993 to 1995. The center is silver and the outer ring is aluminum-bronze. Several of these have recently sold on eBay for $7 apiece.
It is a Mexico one-centavo coin (brass). They have an insignificant legal-tender value even with the devaluation of the Peso in 1993. However, with the peso again trading for a fraction of a dollar, coins smaller than 50 centavos no longer circulate. The last one centavo coins were minted in 1973, more than 40 years ago. It is possible that the coins may have a small collectible value, but as of 2014 they were either inexpensive or being offered at unrealistic markups.
You have what are known as "old pesos". In January 1993, the Mexican government introduced the new peso, worth 1,000 of the old pesos and divided into 100 centavos, to simplify foreign exchange. Current exchange rates are based on these "new pesos". Your old pesos have become essentially worthless for exchange. You'll find them in coin dealer miscellaneous foreign coin bins for 5/$1.00 As far as the exchange rate, I believe your total of 1660 old centavos would be roughly 4 cents US. Even if you had a reasonable total amount for exchange, if is impossible to exchange coins from another country.
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Either 4/10 of a cent or maybe only 4/100 of a cent. I forget how many times the peso has been devalued since '89. I have 1000 N$ (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. 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,
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