Toned 1889 Mexico Large Copper Un Centavo Mo Mint Mark Eagle and Serpent MS63 BN
Description: A great looking uncirculated (mint state) large Mexican Copper Cent. This coin has the mint mark "Mo". It has the words "Republica Mexicana" and the Mexican Arms consisting of a spread winged eagle with a serpent in its beak on the obverse. The reverse is marked "UN CENTAVO; 1889; Mo" within a wreath. This beautiful coin is graded MS 63 BN (Mint State 63 Brown) by NGC and comes in a plastic holder so labeled. The coin itself is better than the photos show with beautiful well-preserved details on both sides. The coin has brown toning and has nice eye appeal. The coin is graded MS 63 BN by NGC and comes in a plastic holder so labeled. Early Mexican coins such as this are gradually getting more difficult to find, especially in such high grade. Please the see photos presented as they are part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Mint Mark Mo for Mexico City.
Size and weight: This is a one centavo copper coin which should weigh about 7.4 grams and is ~25.5 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #391.6.
Condition: For international buyers, please note that the new US postal rates for overseas shipping are very high and we are unable to change them. Additional charges will be incurred depending on the value of the item. Please check the cost of shipping before bidding. The coin is graded MS 63 BN by NGC and comes in a plastic holder so labeled. It is great looking with nice eye appeal and nice brown toning. It is problem free and has some copper shiny tones. Just a great coin which will make a great addition to your collection. Please see photo for additional condition information.
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