Brass coin... relatively common... found in most dealers' misc. foreign bins for 25 cents or less.
How much is $5000 Estados Mexicanos dated 1938-1988 with an eagle holding a snake on the back worth in US money
This coin is actually composed of a nickel ring surrounding a copper center. Value is just a few cents.
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"
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. If it's not gold, it has very little value -- these are often found in dealers' miscellaneous foreign bins for 25 cents or less.
Due to a 1992 monetary reform in Mexico that made 1000 old Pesos equal to 1 New Peso the 1988 5000 Pesos is worth about .50 in the U.S. (1 Peso = ~10c U.S.). You might also try a library for a copy of the Standard Catalog of World Coins for pictures, values and lots more interesting info.
People generally speak the language they're most comfortable with (Mexicans and everyone else on the planet). While it is definitely rude to speak in front of someone you know doesn't speak your language, sometimes people forget this. We're all human.
You are asking about a One Peso coin from Mexico (KM#459). The coin is 34.5mm in diameter, weighs 16 grams, and is 10% silver, giving it an ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of 0.514 troy ounces). The front has a portrait of a man facing right within a wreath. The back has an eagle with a snake in its mouth within a wreath, with "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" (Spanish for the "United Mexican States") above and "UN PESO 1960" ("One Peso 1960") below. The edge reads "INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD" ("Independence and Liberty"). 26,259,000 such coins were produced in 1960 at the Mexico City mint. With silver at US$33.80 per troy ounce (as of July 1, 2011), the "melt" value of the coin is about US$1.74. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, the coin is only worth its silver value in circulated condition - in Uncirculated it is valued at US$3.25, and in Brilliant Uncirculated, US$4.50.
Pancho Villa wearing bandoliers in front of an insurgent camp. The Mexicans did not do much better; they reported the loss of twenty-four men killed.
Whats the matter with liking Mexicans. As long as they are good people and arent doing anything illegal. If your talking that he likes Mexican girls, that's still ok. Its not cool that he flirts in front of you or with out you. If you two are a couple then he is disrespecting you doing this. He sounds immature and confused, its up to you if you stay with him but you most likely will get hurt.AnswerI wouldn't stay with a guy who flirts with other girls in front of you. It is very disrespect to you when he does that. I see a lot of guys do that. I've had guys try and flirt with me when they are with someone else and I think it's just plain rude. In my opinion a guy that flirts with others in front of his girlfriend is a jerk.
I'm not sure, but it is actually an eagle, on a cactus, eating a snake. This was where the Aztecs built Tenochtitlan at Lake Texcoco, where they saw that exact eagle. Sorry I could not tell you what it was worth, but maybe the eagle thing cleared something up! This coin contains .6431 troy oz of silver, so its bullion value is currently higher than its numismatic value. My price guide suggests it is worth $6 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, but the silver in it is worth about $11.
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When a cold front meets a warm front you get an occluded front.
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They are cold front, warm front, occluded front, and stationary front.
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A weather front can be a cold front, a warm front or an occlusion.
The four kinds of weather fronts are cold front, warm front, stationary front, and occluded front