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Mexican silver circle is also called “Mo Yin” or “Eagle”, and later is “Yingyang”. In 1521, Spanish colonists occupied Mexico, and in 1535, the first governor of the first Governor of Mexico and southern United States set up a total of 4.5 million square kilometers in the Americas, called the “New Spanish Governor’s Area”. After the Spanish colonists conquered Mexico, they tried to use Spanish silver coins. However, they quickly discovered that the Spanish silver coins could not meet the needs of this huge colony at all. At the same time, in order to facilitate the transportation of precious metals in the colonies to the primary country, the Spanish royal family decided to set up a mint in the colonies. In 1535, according to the purpose of King Carlos V (Carlos V), the New Spanish Governor’s District established the first in the Americas near the conqueror leader Cordus Mansion (now the west side of the Constitution Plaza of the Mexico City Center) Coin factory. Due to the main casting silver coins at the time, more and more silver was mining and refined, and the mint industry once became the most dynamic industry at that time.
In 1810, after Mexico’s independence, it still cast and circulate silver coins and golden shields in Erria. Until the end of 1823, two years after the end of the independence war, the 8 -riser silver coin cast by Mexico began to engrave the pattern of the eagle on the Mexican national emblem. In 1863, Mexico began to use a decimal coin and began to circulate. At the end of the 19th century, the silver coins of 8 Lial were replaced by 1 peso, but the basic characteristics, especially the eagle patterns, were retained.
The nine years of Qing Xianfeng (AD 1859) Mexico Eagle began to flow into China. Due to the fine casting, high silver content, uniform specifications, and difficulty in wear out, Yingyang was soon being by our people. Acceptance has become a standard currency in many places. Even because the Eagle Yang has a good color and easy to carry, its circulation in China is out of control, and it will soon exceed other silver dollars in other countries. As a result, a large number of domestic gold and silver foreign exchange funds flow.
The eagle ocean is roughly divided into two types. Before 1897, the lace eagle and the straight edge eagle after 1898. The two specifications are the same, the lace eagle value is 8 Real, and the front edge eagle value is 1 peso (PESO). The lace eagle -ocean snake tail is connected to the eagle wings, and the eagle ocean snake tail is not connected to the eagle wings. On the left is the issuance of the payment in 1882, and the right is issued in 1877. The picture below is a group of eagle coins I see. On the front of the silver dollar is a winged eagle, with long snakes (snake tails connected to eagle wings), one leg stands on the cactus (national flower), and the edge of the edge is Spanish “(Republic of Mexico)”. There is a hat in the center of the back of the coin. There are 32 lapse of light (representing 31 states and 1 federal district across the country) around the hat. The middle of the 3 light columns on the top of the free hat is shorter. The lower edge of the free hat has 11 lights. The lower half of the edge has 1 decoration of “pentagram” and “8R”, respectively. Overall, it is a rare treasure.
The ancient Indian Aztega was revealed by the tribal god, holding snakes in the eagle, and standing in a place where the cactus was standing. Until now, all coins cast by Mexico are engraved with such national emblem patterns. At that time, the silver coins with eagle patterns were excellent in color and flowed into China. The legendary story of “Eagle Ocean” not only shows Mexico’s coin art, but also an example of friendly exchanges between humans. The history of cointer is actually part of a country and nation’s culture and an important part of human civilization.
In I know, the Shanghai auction industry sold a Mexican Eagle Ocean in 1882 in the first half of 2017, with excellent appearance and a high price of 4.8 million! At present, most coin collectors in the market are not only keen to collect ancient coins in my country, but also do not let go of foreign coins. The reason why it is so enthusiastic about collecting is mainly because the ancient coins record the important information of the culture, life, and economy of the times in the ancient coins.
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