Set of 5 Mexico 100,000 Pesos
Proof Pattern Mint Errors
Certified by PCGS
UNIQUE
SOLD

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This is a unique, incredible and dramatic set of 5 proof pattern mint errors. In 1990 the Mexico City Mint struck a new 100,000 Pesos Proof Pattern coin. It was struck in bronze with an extremely low mintage of 223, and is KM-Pn245. There are also a few known that were struck in brass, silver, aluminum and lead.

This set of 5 major mint errors is an exciting combination of rarity and spectacular eye appeal. Some of these are double struck off-center and in the collar, triple struck off-center and one is struck four times. They are all proof off-metals other than the bronze triple struck.

This is an opportunity for a mint error collector or a collector of Mexican coinage to acquire a unique and fascinating set of proof mint errors.


1990-Mo Proof 100000 Pesos Pattern
KM-Pn245 Var Silver Plain Edge
Triple Struck - All Off-Center
PCGS PR 66 Cameo

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1990-Mo Proof 100000 Pesos Pattern
KM-Pn245 Bronze
Triple Struck - All Off-Center
PCGS PR 66 Red

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1990-Mo Proof 100000 Pesos Pattern
KM-Pn245 Var Aluminum
Quadruple Struck - All Strikes Off-Center
PCGS PR 65 Cameo

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1990-Mo Proof 100000 Pesos Pattern
KM-Pn245 Var Brass
Double Struck - Both Off-Center
PCGS PR 67

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1990-Mo Proof 100000 Pesos Pattern
KM-Pn245 Var Lead
Double Struck - Both Off-Center
PCGS PR 65

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Proof Pattern Errors are featured in Chapter 22 of my
NLG award winning book, World's Greatest Mint Errors:


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