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Coin of The Month
For their 1st Centenary, in 1921, The Bank of Mexico commissioned the Mexico Mint to issue a silver 2 Pesos and a gold 50 Pesos coin. These commemorated the 100th year since Mexico officially became independent of Spain, having declared independence in 1810. Mexico’s National Mint is known as the La Casa de Moneda de Mexico, established in 1535, the Mexican Mint is one of the oldest minting institutions in the Americas.
The collecting of international numismatic items (coins, currency and exonumia) can be a fun and interesting hobby. Anyone with a desire to learn of the history of civilizations and countries can learn what was considered to be so important that their money proudly displayed it. Others wish to learn or teach finer details of unique coins. Education and the sharing of knowledge is a primary focus of NI, with the scholarly NI Bulletin, the library and the publications. In addition, the semi-annual Bid Sale allows members to acquire items of interest or to sell excess numismatic items. This is done in a spirit of friendship with members who have similar interests.
Member BenefitsAs a member, you’ll receive access to our bi-monthly periodical featuring engaging articles on a range of numismatic topics. Members can even submit articles that can be featured in the publication. Participate in our semi-annual Mail Bid Sale to expand your collection, borrow from our Library of over 2,800 titles devoted to foreign numismatics, leverage the NI Reference Collection of world coinage and paper money to aid your research, and more! View Member Benefits
Monthly Numismatic Trivia
Test your numismatics knowledge with our monthly quiz. From foundamental questions about numismatics to the history of specific foreign coinage and paper money, our quiz will provide a fun challenge. Feel free to use our materials or search the web in order to research your answers and get a perfect score each month.