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1881 GOS Mexico 25 Centavos Medium Grade 1965 oz Silver Coin Mex 86
$8.95
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1783 1 REAL EL CAZADOR NGC SHIPWRECK HIGHEST GRADE EXTREMELY RARE SILVER COIN R3
$221.04
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1882 GOS Mexico 25 Centavos Medium Grade 1965 oz Silver Coin Mex 87
$8.95
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LOT OF 6 1920 MEXICO 50 CENTAVOS SILVER COINS
$23.00
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2008 MEXICO SILVER LIBERTAD PROOF COIN 1 2 OZ HALF ONZA PLATA PURA NICE
$12.50
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1907 Mexico 10 Centavos Medium Grade 0643 oz Silver Coin Mex 88
$5.95
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1944 MEXICO 50 CENTAVOS BU SILVER PROOF LIKE COIN
$14.99
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Mexico 1943 1944 50 Centavos 2 Coin Lot
$15.95
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1909 Mexico 10 Centavos Medium to High Grade 0643 oz Silver Coin Mex 89
$9.95
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1732 M F MEXICO 8 REALES SILVER COB COIN COLONIAL
$1,999.00
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1971 ACAPULCO COIN CIGARETTE ASHTRAY MEXICO MEXICAN FOLK ART COINS NICKEL SILVER
$14.50
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1933 Mexico 1 Centavos High Grade Bronze Coin Mex 90
$14.95
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1962 MEXICO ONE PESO SILVER COIN A
$4.99
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1962 MEXICO ONE PESO SILVER COIN B
$4.99
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1783 MO FF SILVER 8 REALES El Cazador Shipwreck Coin NGC Cert Highest Grade
$189.50
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1935 Mexico 20 Centavos High Grade 0772 oz Silver Coin Mex 91
$5.95
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1942 Mexico 20 Centavos Medium Grade 0772 oz Silver Coin Mex 92
$2.95
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8 Reale Piece of Eight El Cazador Shipwreck in COA ALBUM Rare USA Silver Coin
$70.00
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1783 MO FF MEXICO 8R 8 REALES El Cazador Shipwreck Silver Coin NGC CERTIFIED
$81.00
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1943 Mexico 50 Centavos High Grade 1929 oz Silver Coin Mex 93
$11.95
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1943 Mexico 50 Centavos Medium to High Grade 1929 oz Silver Coin Mex 94
$10.95
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Lot of 23 1968 Mexico 25 Peso Silver Olympic Commemorative Coins Uncirculated
$299.99
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Lot of 23 1968 Mexico 25 Peso Silver Olympic Commemorative Coins Uncirculated
$299.99
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1944 Mexico 50 Centavos Unc High Grade 1929 oz Silver Coin Mex 95
$14.95
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1944 Mexico 50 Centavos High Circulated Grade 1929 oz Silver Coin Mex 96
$11.95
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HIGHEST GRADE 1783 8 REALES EL CAZADOR COIN NGC SHIPWRECK SILVER DOLLAR COINS Z3
$419.23
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1943 Mexico 1 Pesos Unc High Grade 3856 oz Silver Coin Mex 97
$15.95
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Mexico 1 Peso 1908 Mo AM Almost Uncirculated Uncirculated Large Silver Coin
$64.77
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2009 2 oz Silver Mexican Libertad Coin 999 Fine Silver PROOF A266
$62.00
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1923 Mexico 1 Pesos High Circulated Grade 3856 oz Silver Coin Mex 98
$11.95
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Mexico 1932 1 Peso Silver Cap Ray Mexican Libertad BU 2221
$22.00
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Mexico 1948 1958 Peso Coin Silver
$45.00
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1864 Zs Mexico silver CAP RAYS 2 reales ENGRAVING ERROR 1st REPUBLIC coin
$45.00
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MEXICO GUANAJUATO MINT 1875 GoS 25 CENTAVOS SILVER COIN VF+
$35.00
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MEXICO GUANAJUATO MINT 1886 69 GoR 25 CENTAVOS SILVER COIN VF XF
$35.00
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MEXICO ESTADOS UNIDOS 1925 1 PESO COIN ALMOST UNCIRCULATED+
$35.00
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MEXICO ZACATECAS MINT 1883 ZsS 25 CENTAVOS SILVER COIN VF XF
$32.50
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1875 MoB 25 CENTAVOS SILVER COIN XF
$35.00
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Mexico 1940 1 Peso Silver Cap Ray Mexican Libertad BU 2222
$22.00
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MEXICO 1905 M 20 CENTAVOS COIN ANACS CERTIFIED MS62
$245.00
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1855 MoGC 8 REALES SILVER COIN BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED
$359.00
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1884 MoMH 8 REALES COIN BRILLIANT AND UNCIRCULATED
$375.00
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1859 MoFH 4 REALES SILVER COIN ALMOST UNCIRCULATED
$350.00
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MEXICO REPUBLIC MEXICO CITY MINT 1862 MoCH 1 2 REAL COIN CERTIFIED NGC MS63
$200.00
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MEXICO GUANAJUATO MINT 1859 GoPF 4 REALES COIN ALMOST UNCIRCULATED+
$375.00
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MEXICO REPUBLIC SAN LUIS POTOSI 1857 PiPS 4 REALES SILVER COIN G VG
$275.00
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1878 MoMH 8 REALES COIN BRILLIANT AND UNCIRCULATED
$375.00
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MEXICO SPANISH COL CARLOS JOHANNA 1556 57 2 REALES SILVER COIN
$350.00
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MEXICO CITY MINT REPUBLIC 1860 Mo FH GC 1 2 REAL SILVER COIN CERTIFIED PCGS MS63
$185.00
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MEXICO REPUBLIC MEXICO CITY MINT 1861 MoCH 1 2 REAL COIN CERTIFIED NGC MS63
$200.00
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1852 MoGC 8 REALES SILVER COIN UNCIRCULATED
$350.00
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MEXICO SPANISH COLONIAL CHARLES IV 1789 FM 8 REALES SILVER COIN
$359.00
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MEXICO MEXICO CITY MINT 1893 MoAM 8 REALES COIN BRILLIANT AND UNCIRCULATED
$350.00
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Mexico 1943 1 Peso Silver Cap Ray Mexican Libertad BU 2223
$22.00
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Mexico 1944 1 Peso Silver Cap Ray Mexican Libertad BU 2224
$22.00
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1813 MEXICO 8 REALES WITH BUST OF FERDINAND VII LARGE 903 SILVER COIN
$49.99
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Mexico 1945 1 Peso Silver Cap Ray Mexican Libertad BU 2225
$22.00
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Mexico Silver Coin 925 5 Pesos KM558 ENCUENTRO DE DOS MUNDOS Series 1994 Proof
$89.99
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Mexico Silver Coin 925 5 KM765 PALACIOS DE BELLAS ARTES 2005 Proof
$89.99
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1891 Mexico 8 REALES Silver Coin Mo AM CLEAN FOR 100 YEAR OLD COIN
$65.00
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Mexico Silver 10 Pesos 2oz Millennium Series 1999 2000 PROOF Coin KM 663
$69.99
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Mexico Silver 5 Pesos 1oz Millennium Series 1999 2000 PROOF Coin KM 632
$49.99
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MEXICO 50 CENTAVOS SILVER COIN ZACATECAS 1887 Zs Z CONDITION VF+
$29.99
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1872 Go S SILVER MEXICO PESO COIN CONDITION VERY FINE
$29.99
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MEXICO ZACATECAS MINT 1893 ZsFZ 8 REALES SILVER COIN JUST ABOUT XF+
$49.99
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Lot Of 106 Mexican Coins Including 5 10 Silver 1 Peso Coins LK
$39.99
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2013 Silver Coin 1 TROY OUNCE LIBERTAD Mexico Winged Liberty Victoria 999 BU
$21.05
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Mexico 500 pesos1985 Silver coin 75th anniversary of the Revolucion
$45.00
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2014 2 oz Mexican Libertad Silver Coin 999 Fine Silver BU A272
$52.01
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5 2008 90 Silver Proof State Quarters Hawaii New Mexico Arizona Oklahoma Alaska
$35.00
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Vintage REAL SILVER 1959 MEXICO1 PES0 Coin Pendant STERLING SILVER BEZAL
$15.99
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1783 SILVER EL CAZADOR COIN 2 REALES NGC SHIPWRECK COINS K1
$149.95
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1944 Ecuador Dos 2 Scures Mexico Mint Silver Coin South America KM88 UNC
$22.95
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1921 Mexico 20 Centavos Key Date Silver Coin M2806
$15.00
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HIGHEST GRADE 1783 8 REALES EL CAZADOR COIN NGC SHIPWRECK SILVER DOLLAR COINS V6
$411.57
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1776 NGC 8 REALES SILVER BOLIVIA EL CAZADOR SHIPWRECK COIN ONLY 1 ON EBAY X2
$497.21
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1968 Mexico Olympics Coins 4 Coins 720 Silver
$61.77
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1783 SILVER EL CAZADOR COIN 2 REALES NGC SHIPWRECK COINS K2
$149.95
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MEXICAN COIN LOT 54 PIECES MOSTLY UNCIRCULATED SOME SILVER
$59.88
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DOUBLE PRESS 1797 MEXICO CHARLES IIII 8 REALES CHOP MARK Mo FM SILVER ROUND COIN
$84.99
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1953 Mexico 25 Centavos Silver Coin KM443 UNC Nice Tonning
$9.00
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HIGHEST GRADE 1783 8 REALES EL CAZADOR COIN NGC SHIPWRECK SILVER DOLLAR COINS M9
$424.31
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Genuine 1783 Two 2 Reales El Cazador Shipwreck Silver Coin NGC Treasure V5
$79.00
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1906 Mexico 10 Centavos Coin M1796
$22.50
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Mexico Silver Coin

Mexican Silver Coin-Libertad

A Short History of Silver

Gorgeous silver jewellery has encircled necks, armsm, wrists and fingers throughout history. It has been made into statues, ingots and decorated clothing and armour, been used for trade, and indicated high rank or royalty for thousands of years. Nowdays, it is seen dripping languidly from the bodies of todays royalty; rap stars, rock stars, movie stars and even sports stars. Silver's story is as old as time and as new as the latest additions to the jewellery shop windows.

Silver: called argentum in the periodic table has an atomic number of 47 which means it is the 47th element on the periodic table and carries 47 electrons. It has a hardness rated between 2.5 and 2.7 and is therefore one of the most malleable of all metals. Silver is a white, lustrous metal prized for its purity and formability and because it can achieve the most brilliant polish of any metal.

The first major source of mined silver, is generally considered to be Turkey which served as the main source of silver for the near East, Crete and Greece. The early Egyptians used silver in their religious ceremonies and to create their articles of worship and it was considered even more precious than gold.

A concentrated effort to mine silver really began around 3000B.C. and the first sophisticated processing of the mined ore has been attributed to the Chaldeans at around 2500B.C. After the destruction of the Minoan empire in 1600B.C. the mines of Laurium, near Athens became the leading producers of mined silver. These mines proved to be highly productive, and for approximately 1000 years the Laurium mines were the largest source of silver in the known world.

The end of the monopoly of the Laurium mines saw the Romans come to the fore and mines in Spain and throughout Europe and Italy were pressed to meet the growing trading needs of Greece and Asia Minor. When the Moors invaded Spain and took control, it became necessary for the mining of silver to be expanded to more countries, mainly in central Europe and several new large deposits were discovered between 720 and 1200 A.D. But the real expansion in the production of silver occurred in a 500 year period between 100-1500A.D, when new developments were made in the mining and processing of silver particularly the development of the 'mercury amalgamation method'.
This process enabled more silver to be taken from the ore and so silver production around the world increase exponentially during this time through discovery and better refining methods.

Even more significant was the discovery of seemingly almost infinite deposits of silver in the New World, and the first of these was in the Potosi District of Bolivia. At the same time major deposits were also found and mined in Mexico with the bulk of mining occurring between 1700 to 1800A.D.
For over 300 years, from 1500A.D. to 1800A.D. Mexico, Boliva and Peru accounted for over 85% of the world production of silver and trade, with the remaining portion obtained mainly from Germany, Hungary and Russia. From 1850, other countries like the US increased production and silver production increased again worldwide.

Did you know?:

  • Silver can be hammered into sheets so thin that it would take 100,000 of them to stack 2.5 centimetres high. It is this formability that makes silver such a wonderful art form for the artisans throughout history.
  • It can be shaped by hammering, spinning (like wool), or drawing (like toffee), it can be melted and poured into moulds, and can be decorated with etching, engraving or chasing. Known as the queen of metals, not the least because it has a known association with the moon and the moon goddess Lunai from times of antiquity.
  • Silver has been closely associated with the moon and lunar influences and used for magical utensils and ornaments for thousands of years. It is closely related to Isis, queen of Egyptian goddesses and the traits of creativity, flexibility and emotion.
  • It is one of the seven sacred metals, and used in alchemical processes by the original ‘scientists’ those wizards of old called alchemists such as Merlinus Arturius and Isaac Newton.
  • Silver is known is also a part of the ancient chakra system of the Hindi’s and associated with the 6th chakra or 3rd Eye seen as the bridge between the human and the divine. This chakra is compared to empty space, free form a place of purity and unity, the site of bliss.

Silver's medical history: a silver coin was often dropped into a jug of milk to help prevent it from souring, in Vedic medicine silver water was known to cleanse the liver and spleen. More recently until sometime in the 1930’s silver compounds were used as a normal part of medicine, with silver nitrate being the main compound used. Silver Iodide was even used immediately at birth in babies eyes to prevent infections that resulted in blindness. We can find Colloidal Silver in use even today as a natural remedy for infections and many swear by it.

Amazing Uses of Silver: Invisible silver is a transparent coating of silver on the double pane in thermal windows; silver enjoys greater reflectivity than gold and can achieve the most brilliant polish; silver is the best electrical conductor of all metals.

Wearing Silver
Because of their long tradition and history silver artisans are some of the most highly skilled artisans in the world today. Only the finest craftsmen in each generation became master silversmiths, this evolution throughout the centuries has created a tradition of excellence in both artistry and craftsmanship that is found only in the silver field.

The meaning of the word jewellery is derived from the word, jewel, which is the anglicised form of the French word ‘jouel’ and even further back to the Latin word ‘jocale’ which means toy or plaything. Jewellery is one of the oldest forms of body adornment, and although it has been used to pin clothes together and as a form of wealth storage in ingot form, it is still mainly used throughout history for decoration.

Silver jewellery was once used to indicate status as it was restricted for use by only the wealthiest and noblest of all up until the end of the 18th century. It was only through the Industrial Revolution, through mass manufacturing that jewellery finally became available to the general public.
It is seen on its own and embedded with precious or semiprecious stones in areas all over the world and from many areas of history including; Mesopotamia, China, Japan, Egypt, Africa, Greece, Rome,  India, Mexico (Mayans), Indian Tribes of North America, Peru (Aztecs), and the British Isles (Celts).

Silver is still beautiful and for many, more affordable than gold. Wearing a find piece of silver jewellery can give the wearer a feeling of confidence and beauty and create the finishing touch to any outfit. All sorts of silver jewellery can be found from modern pieces to purchasing antique peices that have stood the test of time. Silversmiths still replicate the older styles and wearing these beautiful pieces can add a unique touch to any outfit and is sure to get the wearer noticed!!

Big, bold and beautiful pieces from around the world abound, and it can be such an amazing feeling to find just the perfect piece for you. Choosing from Tibetan, Mexican, Italian or other amazing styles is half the fun and finding such pieces has been made even easier by the internet, although buying from a reputable business is key to ensuring your investment is worthwhile.

About the Author

Annie Rob is a creative web consultant who write articles, blogs and presents on topics for her growing client list. Annie has a Masters in NLP, Coaching and a Grad Dip in Education as well as being a writer, presenter and Web Business visionary. For more information on this subject go to: The Jewellery Gallery

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Frequently Asked Questions...

Is it possible for an old coin to give off bad energy ?

I have a large 1863 silver coin from Mexico which a paranormal investigator held in his hand. He did not see the coin itself because it was in a small cloth bag. He said he got real bad vibes from it but didn't know exactly what the source was. He did not charge anything.


Answer:

Yes it is possible and metal can hold energy. I was going to say that it was probably whoever owned it but I got a nudge to google "1863 Mexico" and guess what? The French invaded Mexico that year and the U.S. were unable to help them because they were in the middle of the civil war.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_intervention_in_Mexico

This is probably what the investigator was picking up on. Not only was that coin around all that negative energy, on top of that, it was a very bad year for Mexico.

It would be interesting to know who's face is on that coin and google his name, see what happened to him during that war.

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