Decimal coinage of the Republic of Mexico, 1863-1905

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Mexico in 1897, showing the sites of the mints

Copper one centavos

small size centavos

Copper-nickel two centavos and two centavo patterns

Silver five centavos

Alamos mint

Chihuahua mint

Culiacan mint

Durango mint

Guadalajara mint

Guanajuato mint

Hermosillo mint

Mexico City mint

Oaxaca mint

San Luis Potosi mint

Zacatecas mint

Silver ten centavos

The ten centavo series is a little more complicated than the twenty-five centavos as more than one type was issued. Prior to the standard upright eagle type (1868-97), there was the denomination obverse type (1863-70), the cap-and-ray type (1867-69) and the Maximilian issue (1864-66). The upright eagle was retired in 1898 in favor of an elegant eagle type (1898-1905).

Alamos mint

Chihuahua mint

Culiacan mint

Durango mint

Guadalajara mint

Guanajuato mint

Hermosillo mint

Mexico City mint

Oaxaca mint

San Luis Potosi mint

Zacatecas mint

Silver twenty centavos

Culiacan mint

Guanajuato mint

Mexico City mint

Zacatecas mint

Silver twenty-five centavos

Alamos mint

Chihuahua mint

Culiacan mint

Durango mint

Guadalajara mint

Guanajuato mint

Hermosillo mint

Mexico City mint

San Luis Potosi mint

Zacatecas mint

Silver fifty centavos

Alamos mint

Chihuahua mint

Culiacan mint

Durango mint

Guanajuato mint

Hermosillo mint

Mexico City mint

San Luis Potosi mint

Zacatecas mint

silver pesos

Maximilian type

Balance scale type

Liberty Cap type (1898-1909)

Gold pesos

Gold 2½ pesos

Gold five pesos

Gold ten pesos

Gold twenty pesos