The Bank of Mexico (Banxico) put up for sale in 1985, on the occasion of Mexico’s 86th World Cup, the “Treasures of the World Cup” set containing 100 dollar, 50 dollar and 25 dollar coinsmade of 0.720 silver, like a 0.999 fine silver coin with a face value of 200 pesos.
The smallest coin corresponds to the denomination of 25 pesos, with a working capacity of 473 thousand 605 pieces.
The 25 pesos silver coin has 7.78 grams of 0.720 sterling silver, and has a monetary value of $10, about 200 pesos at the current exchange rate, according to the catalog. Currencies and prices.
The second 50 pesos coin has 439,763 minted coins.
It weighs 15.55 grams of 0.720 pounds of silver, with a current value of $16, which is about 320 pesos.
The third coin bears the denomination of 100 pesos and has a production of 449,247 coins.
It weighs 31.10 grams of silver at £0.720 and is currently priced at $27 or about 540 pesos.
The largest silver coin minted to celebrate this sporting event was a 2-ounce 0.999 pure silver coin, of which 23,489 were made and valued between $75 and $85 (between 1,500 and 1,700 pesos).
On the occasion of the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, gold coins in denominations of 200, 250 and 500 pesos were also made.
Copper-nickel coins of 200 pesos were also minted, of which 500 million were produced and circulated freely for everyday transactions, unlike the precious coins that were produced for collectors.
The World XIII Mexico 86 Football Championship was a historic tournament that meant achieving the second World Cup for our country after the one in 1970, with an exciting result where Argentina, inspired by Diego Maradona, beat England in the final. Played at Azika Stadium.
In 2026, Mexico will host the World Cup Finals for the third time in history, this time sharing the venue with the United States and Canada.
Mexico’s stadiums for the 2026 World Cup will be Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara.