What you need to know:
According to SEGOB, Mexico and the United States began diplomatic relations in December 1822. The bilateral agenda is varied, but above all it is made up of political, economic and commercial issues.
For lovers of
speculation and they sell a coin for up to 30 thousand pesos numismatics, there is a copy that you can add to your collection. Is about a new 20 peso coin that commemorates relations between Mexico and the United States.
New 20 peso coin shows the eagles representative of the countries
Yesterday, Wednesday, December 6, the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) announced the new 20 peso coin that will be put into circulation. And well, as has become customary, the metal does not just come out like this: it will serve to commemorate the 200 years of diplomatic relations between Mexico and the United States.
The new 20 peso coin has a dodecagonal shape (that is, it has 12 sides). On the front you can see the two eagles that represent each of the countries (the golden eagle and the bald eagle), accompanied by the legend “Friendship, Sovereignty and Cooperation.”. This, in the center of the coin, in its silver part. On the edge (the golden area), the metal has the inscription “Two Hundred Years of Diplomatic Relations / United Mexican States – United States of America”.
New currency is legal tender (to carry out operations)
According to Banxico, the coin’s primary ring (the golden edge) is made of a bronze and aluminum alloy, while its central part is made of nickel silver. In short, good for transactions and beautiful for appreciation and collection.
Ahhhh, and on the obverse of the coin, as is tradition, the national coat of arms shines in sculptural relief. Always accompanied by the legend “UNITED MEXICAN STATES” forming the upper semicircle.
Although this new 20 peso coin will surely be sought after and treasured by collectors (like many other commemorative coins), Banxico points out that it is legal tender, so The population can use it to make any type of payment. It will be available through the banking system.
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