|Metal Value||US$ 12.83|
|COMPOUND COMMODITY||COIN WEIGHT||COMPOUND WEIGHT %||COMMODITY PRICE||METAL VALUE|
|Silver||27.07 Grams||90.3 %||US$ 14.88/ounce||US$ 12.83|
|METAL COMPOSITION||Silver : 90.3% |
1860 Mexico 8 Reales Cap & Rays NGC Gen South Doll
Did this Silver Dollar Travel to Gettysburg with Lee or Pickett!
Napoleon said an army travels on its stomach, and Lee's army had to travel a long way to get to the battle of Gettysburg, where the South came within a whisker of winning the Civil War! These 1860 Mexico 8 Reales Silver Dollars replaced U.S. coins in the South during the war. They were used to buy supplies for the army. We found a small number graded by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as Genuine. Just think, these Silver Dollars could have been in the pockets of Lee or Pickett as they traveled north! And maybe with a few more, they could have been victorious. Don't miss your chance to own this genuine Civil-War-era artifact on the 150th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg.
Year Issue: 1860
Country Origin: Mexico
Composition Type: Silver
Grade Type: Genuine
Condition Type: Graded
Coin Weight: 27.07 Grams - g
Mint Name: Mexico Mint
Dimensions: 38 MM
Currency Type: Reale