Mexico 1914-M centavo
This specimen is a common date of a series struck 1905-49 at the Mexico City mint. As such, the type had the longest run of any coin type in twentieth century Mexico. In 1950, the centavo was downsized and changed to brass (KM 417) in which form it was issued until 1973, long after it had ceased to have any purchasing power.
Recorded mintage: 17,350,000, a common date.
Specification: 3 g, bronze, 20 mm diameter, plain edge.
Catalog reference: KM 415.
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