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Mexico, Libertad Silver Coin, 1/2 Oz, estados mexicanos, 2011

Mexico, Libertad Silver Coin, 1/2 Oz, estados mexicanos, 2011

$22.95 

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Peru, 1  Un Dino, Silver, AU-UNC, 1894 TF, Circulated

Peru, 1 Un Dino, Silver, AU-UNC, 1894 TF, Circulated

$143 

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The continent is known for its historical ancestry, divided into three different periods: ancient Pre-Columbian civilizations, which attract tourists to South American countries by now, the colonization by Europeans (mostly Spanish and Portuguese ones) and modern times. The most glorious pages of current history of South America are usually connected with sports achievements, especially football ones.
Nowadays, South America contains 12 independent countries and 2 overseas territories of France and Great Britain. The largest country of South America is Brazil with more than a half of total continent’s population. Other large countries are Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador. Though the culture and social life of South America refer to western life style, due to the times of colonization and immigration of Europeans, the continent is somewhat of terra incognita for outlanders, because of admixtures of local traditions and particularities. The coins of South American countries will be rare and unique addition to one’s collection.
At the times of discovering of American subcontinent, the great resources of silver, gold, copper and other minerals were found in South America, so precious metals are among the major export commodities of the continents’ countries. The state Mints of the continent produce beautiful valuable commemorative coins of South America for collectors and investors. Coinsberg.com offers authentic South American coins for sale, both proof and circulated rarities. We try our best to provide the good prices for coins from South America, despite of its remoteness.