1944 Ecuador Crown Size Silver Coin Five Sucre Mint Mark Mo Mexico City
Description: A crown size silver coin from Ecuador. This is the five sucres or cinco sucres depicting Antonio José de Sucre's bust facing left with legend "REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR 1944" surrounding it on the obverse. The reverse shows a flag draped arms of Ecuador showing image of a sail boat with mountains in the forefront within an oval. There is a spread eagle above it and the denomination above it all with the mint "Mo MEXICO" below. There is also an indication about the weight of the coin and the silver purity in it. This is KM 79 weighing ~25 grams of 0.72 silver and measures ~37.5 mm. The coin has a reeded edge. Please carefully review the photos as they are part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Mexico City, Mexico.
Size and Weight: ~25 grams of 0.72 silver and is 37.5 mm in diameter.
References: This is KM# 79.
Condition: I would grade the coin as a good uncirculated or much better with all the details being well preserved. The coin retains all of its original luster and has great eye appeal. The coin has a few scratches, and some minor bag marks. It has no observable wear commensurate with its age and uncirculated status. The coin is lustrous and problem free. The coin looks much better than the photos suggest. Please see photos to appreciate the beauty of the coin and for additional condition information.
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