The 20 Peso Aztec gold coin was introduced in 1917 and depicts the famous Aztec calendar. The calendar stone was said to be carved sometime around 1479 to honor the sun god. The Aztec stone calendar is a magnificent piece of Mexico’s history and weights almost 25 tons and measures more than 12 feet across with a thickness of 3 feet.
The historic 20 Peso Aztec gold coin is beautifully designed and has a purity of 90% gold.
The 20 Peso Aztec gold coin was minted from 1917 to 1921 and then again in 1959. The Aztec gold coin was also re-struck from 1960-1971. Most of these coins will have the 1959 issue date.
Weight: 0.4823 troy ounces
Diameter: 27.5 mm
Nominal Value: 20 Pesos
The front side depicts a detailed image of the Aztec calendar stone. The nominal value of Veinte Pesos is inscripted below the calendar.
The reverse side depicts the coat of arms of Mexico, which pictures an eagle perched on a cactus with a serpent in its mouth.
Manufacturer: Casa de Moneda de Mexico
Country of origin: Mexico
Name: 20 Peso Aztec Gold Coin
Scratch resistance: Good
|Country of Origin||Mexico|
|Manufacturer||Casa de Moneda de Mexico|
|Gross Weight||16.667 grams|
|Year of issue||1917-1959|
|Face value||20 Peso|
|Packing||Single in Pouch|
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