Mexico: 20 Pesos Nuevo 1993-1995


Quick Coinage Facts

Number of Types: 1
Years Minted: 1993-1995
Composition: (bi-metallic) Silver center with 92.5% Silver (.250 oz)
Diameter: 31.86 mm
Weight: 16.92 grams
Total Series Mintage: 35,000,000
Obverse Design: National Arms
Reverse Design: Bust Design


The obverse design features the Mexican coat of arms, an eagle clutching a snake while it perches on a prickly pear cactus. On the outer periphery is the phrase “ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS” or as translated to English “United Mexican States”.

The reverse design features the bust design of Miguel Hidalgo (who has the distinction & title of being the Father of the Nation). Below the bust design is the name “HIDALGO” and to the right is the year of issue and mint mark “Mo” (for the Mexico City Mint). On the outer periphery is the denomination “N$20”.

Obverse Reverse

General Market Notes

There are no rarities for the series and all examples are readily available.

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