Coins with children. (Infobae)
A peculiar commemorative coin that was minted in a precious metal and that is part of the catalog of numismatic products of the Bank of Mexico (Banxico), is offered online for more than 4,000 pesos and then we will reveal which is the copy to which we refer and by what was created.
It is a piece with a mirror finish, which was minted in silver (Law .999) for the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef). For this reason, on one of its faces of this beautiful specimen the image of children was captured.
This piece circulates on a commercial platform at costs ranging from 3,000 to more than 4,500 pesos, according to some people who presume a photograph with the price. It must be remembered that people can market the copies as they wish, since they are objects of their property. Although the ideal would be to visit a numismatics store to find out what its real value is.
However, Banco de México has a network of distributors that satisfy the demand for Mexican coins in precious metals both abroad and in the local market, that is, in case you want to acquire a copy of gold or silver in the country, as long as it is in stock.
Children coin. (Free market)
At the national level, coins are distributed mainly through commercial banking. In order to access the telephone numbers and addresses, you can enter the following page. Here.
What are their characteristics?
It is a 40-millimeter silver ounce called “Niños con Papalote”, it has a denomination of five pesos and has the year 1999 printed.
On its obverse, the National Shield is displayed in sculptural relief and in the upper semicircle the legend “ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS”.
While on its reverse the scene was captured that shows a boy and a girl holding the string of a kite, with a landscape of mountains as a background.
This copy is offered by the Mercado Libre site at 4,990 pesos, according to a user who claims to have it in his possession.
For its part, another commemorative coin minted in a precious material was also created for the same cause, that is, the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef).
However, this copy is not for sale on the aforementioned commercial internet platform to date.
Although it is part of the catalog of numismatic products of the Bank of Mexico (Banxico).
In this case, an ounce of gold, mirror finish, diameter of 22.0 millimeters and Ley.999 was struck.
This beautiful specimen is called “Niño Floreando la Cuerda” (Charrito) and the effigy of a little boy is also displayed.
The coin shows on its reverse a boy dressed as a charro, very characteristic of Mexico, inside a canvas, executing the exercise of rope flourishing on foot. Swinging movement of one foot in the air while jumping.
It must be remembered that there are certain tips to keep coins in good condition, a process that collectors frequently carry out to better care for them.
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