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Carlos Jara, Cory Frampton and Max Keech at the New York International Coin Show
Announcing the New 2015 Mexican Paper Money Release
The currency market has changed enough over the past several years to warrant the publication of a new edition of the book. We expect to spend the next six months gathering data with the intention of publishing the 2015 edition late this year. This edition will be different in that it will be published in a digital version only.
The first task is already underway, which will be to gather as much information as possible in order to make the 2015 edition as complete as possible and we want you to help.
While the first catalog fulfilled its ambition to be the authoritative listing of all Mexican paper currency, there were omissions and some duplications and errors did creep in. This is your chance to help us correct any errors, and to improve the visual impact of the catalog.
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Fully struck, with bright satiny luster. Extremely rare according to Dunigan/Parker. This is the only piece graded by NGC as of Nov. 2014.
Bold strike and flashy luster, ex- La Luz. Only three pieces graded higher by NGC as of Dec. 2014.
El Banco de Tacna, unsigned remainder. Very rare, with only three pieces known to exist.
Hookneck, S7/N6 variety. Nice luster with very light toning. Some softness in legends but overall, well struck for type. Top pop at NGC for KM# as of May 2014.
1 Peso GB78, AU
Bolita peso, lovely AU with light obverse scrape. A rare and important revolution issue.
Silver souvenir issue, wide date. Lightly toned with lustrous satiny surfaces. Only one pice graded higher by NGC as of Dec. 2014.
Both dates visible. Full cross and pillars, softly struck in some areas.
Unsigned, with serial number. Very rare, only five notes known to exist.
The extremely rare first date of gold Colonial issues from the Potosi mint. Good luster and strike and perhaps the 2nd finest of the 5 or 6 confirmed examples of this key and historically important date.
8 Reales 1811 RM, NGC F15, KM#181
Although lacking the date, this is a superb strike of the rare provisional issue of Nueva Viscaya (Durango). To our knowledge, only 3 well struck presentation specimens of this 1 year type exists and any of these would set you back $50,000 or more. Unfortunately, Krause has pictured one of these presentation specimens while listing price for the production strikes. Ours is better than 90% of these at a small fraction of presentation money.
The first of two years when pesos were issued by the Mexico City mint during the short-lived Maximilian empire, this example is bright and well struck with satiny luster. A popular type, among the finest available from any of the three mints of issue with only eight pieces graded higher at NGC.
Probably the most famous and important of all Latin American Republic Crowns, the 1828 “COQUIMBO” is the key to any type set and would certainly be the centerpiece of any collection lucky enough to possess it! Our example is one of the finest in private hands (< 10 examples) and comes with a wonderful pedigree. Ex Schuckmann, Karon, Craig and Canaparo, this example is choice, totally original and wonderfully toned. The Millennia specimen sold for $138,000 in 2008. Ours is more reasonably priced.
The Caballito is the first new peso issued after the Currency Reform of 1905 and the only 20th century Mexican coin minted in .90277 fine silver- the same specifications as the earlier issued Republic 8 reales and pesos. A popular design, this example is frosty and lustrous with light golden peripheral toning, including iridescent blues at date.
We are proud to have published the most complete guide to Mexican Paper Money ever printed.
This hard cover 400 page book is printed on oversize pages in full color.
Mexican Paper Money has become the industry standard and contains listings on more than 7,000 items of which more than 1,000 are not listed in the Krause Catalogs.
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