Mexico 1000 Pesos (Juana de Asbaie)  1988 to 1992
Mexico 1000 Pesos (Juana de Asbaie) 1988 to 1992

These large coins are made of aluminum-bronze, not gold. They are worth a few US cents. A collector will pay a few US dollars to add an uncirculated specimen to his or her collection.

Coin: 14241 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Rae, Wed, 17-Apr-2013 12:13:35 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sat, 07-Dec-2013 01:45:32 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Mon, 07-Dec-2015 04:22:27 GMT
Requester description: 1988 woman wearing a vail small pitchure bottom of face bird and a rainbow 1988 $1000 m beside her head and on back estados unidos mexicanos an eagel with a snake in mouth $1000
Tags: mexico 1000 pesos peso juana joan de asbaie meican mex mexicana mexicanos mecican mexio nexicana mexicano mexican preso woman vail veil bird rainbow head estados unidos an eagel eagle snake mouth empress lsdy femal women lady female feminine womans girls females womens ladys princess girl ladies veiled estado estrados eaglets egals eable egal eagles eag ealge cactus hawk falcon serpent asps snakes asp


I have one of these coins too and am trying to get rid of it, I went to a pawn shop and had it checked and they said it was worth over $70 dollars so most of thses sources could possibly be fake - Stephan
$70 is a great deal. These coins are not made of gold and they are worth a few US cents. If these coins were actually made of gold, they would NOT be worth only $70 US dollars, but $587 according to today's gold prices. If you somehow have a jewelry piece struck in real gold made to look like a 1000 pesos from Mexico dated 1988 to 1992, then it would be worth over $500, and $70 would be a bad deal! My suggestion is to take the coin to a coin shop, NOT a pawn shop. Such locations are notorious for offering coin owners much, much less than what their coins are really worth. It's a fantastic way to get ripped off. - CoinQuest (Chris)

I just found one of these 1000$pesos coin in my olf money collection(over 50 countries). If I go sell it at a bank,in Mexico, they should give me whatever is the exchange rate,ain't that right??? Which should be around 80-85USD dollars
1000 of today's Mexican pesos are worth $73 US dollars. These coins are not worth 1000 of today's pesos. They are worth 1000 old pesos. These were revalued 1000-to-1. The New Peso was introduced on January 1st 1993. Any Mexican peso from before that is an old peso. That means that if you go to a bank with one of these coins, you will get 73 US cents, not 73 dollars! - CoinQuest (Chris)




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