Why You Should Invest in Mexican 50 Peso Gold Coin.

Question by Captain Kirk How much is a Mexican 50 Peso Gold coin worth and the coin melt value (1821-1947)?

Best answer by Guru: With the recent financial meltdowns and declining US currency, smart investors are looking for better ways for asset preservation. Gold coins are one of the most valuable commodities to protect personal wealth and offset risk, which is discovered during countless crisis situations over the centuries. Although most investors focus on US and European gold coins, Mexican gold coins, especially 50 peso, are also good asset to combat inflation.

Mexican 50 Peso is among one of the most beautiful designs of any gold coins, more than 20% larger than the popular 1-oz Gold Eagles. It features a winged angel with the legendary mountains in the background. The reverse side features an eagle with a snake in its beak.

First minted in 1921, Mexican 50 peso honors the Independence of Mexico. It contains 1.2057oz of gold in an alloy of 90% gold and 10% copper. It was only made from 1921-1931 and then from 1944-1947. Being over 1.2 ounces of contained gold, it is a great vehicle for holding gold than the popular US $20 gold coin, which has less than 1oz of gold. While the price of most of the US gold coins have increased sharply over the past several years, the price of Mexican 50 peso is still in the ground floor. Mexican 50 peso maybe a highly undervalued area in gold coin market. So this is a good time to begin a collection of beautiful Mexican 50 pesos.

In order to purchase Mexican 50 peso gold coin, you may contact your local coin dealers. Most of them sell gold coins to the general public. If you are an information-age coin investor, you can also order it through Internet. There are many websites where you can purchase Mexican 50 Pesos by credit card and your gold coins can be knocking on your door in a UPS package the very next morning.

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By Alexandre Laurent

Alexandre Laurentl is working in the jewelry and investment gold since 2002. Alexandre graduated from The Normandy School of Business and from the University of Perpignan a Bachelor of economics in 1995.

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