The Mexico Cinco Pesos Gold Coin, minted from 1905-1955 holds great significance in Mexican history. Produced by the esteemed Mexican Mint, this coin is crafted from .900 fine gold and contains approximately .1205 Troy ounces of the precious metal. On its obverse side, the coin showcases a captivating representation of the national coat of arms, featuring a majestic eagle perched on a cactus with a snake in its beak. This emblem symbolises the founding of Tenochtitlan. On the reverse side, a portrait of the revered national war hero, Miguel Hidalgo, takes centre stage. Hidalgo, the leader of the Mexican War of Independence, is immortalised on this coin. The Mexico Cinco Pesos Gold Coin not only embodies Mexico’s rich historical heritage but also holds great value for collectors and investors due to its gold content and its representation of Mexican identity and pride. In 1955-1972 restrikes were made of this coin using the 1955 date.