KM 107, two year type, issued when Mexico was under Spanish control, in the name of King Carlos IV, but the bust is of Carlos III.  Silver crown, with the king on the obverse.

Silver coins of Mexico were legal tender in the United States until 1857, and the U. S. dollar was based upon the Spanish Colonial 8 reales coin (formal name: "Peso de 8 reales"). One real became known as one "bit"; this is why "2 bits" equals a quarter dollar.

We invite you to view our other eBay lots, and visit our eBay store, to see coins from a wide variety of locations throughout the world.

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Under recent rule changes, the Post Office defines all international merchandise shipments as packages, regardless of whether they are in envelopes.  Shipping for Canada, Australia and the UK depends upon how you wish for it to be shipped: (1) Registered Mail will cost about $34; or (2) First Class Mail International package (insured via a non-Post Office insurer) will cost about $17 ($15 for Canada). Additional items can be added to the package with no additional shipping charge. 

30 day return privilege for any reason, provided that the coin holder has not been opened.

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