1968 Mexican Olympic Silver 25 Pesos - Brilliant UNC
- Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) Condition
- Single coins will ship in 2x2 coin flips and multiples may ship in tubes.
- Contains .5209 troy oz of 72% fine silver.
- These coins were struck in 1968 to commemorate the Summer Olympics.
- Obverse design shows the Mexican Coat of Arms along with the coin's weight and purity.
- The reverse depicts an image of an Aztec ballplayer or native dancer above the Olympic rings.
- Crafted by the Mexican Mint and issued by the Banco de Mexico.
In 1968, the Summer Olympics were held in Mexico City, Mexico, the first time these games were held in Latin America or a Spanish speaking country. The Olympic Torch Relay even recreated the route that Christopher Columbus took in 1792. These coins became popular throughout the United States as well as Mexico and make a great addition to any World Silver collection.