I recently was lucky enough to add to my Mexican/Central American coin collection. From my regular coin dealer I obtained this nice Silver Balboa issued by Panama. This one is dated 1934. It is .900 silver, weighs 26.73 grams and has a diameter of 38.1 mm and a reeded edge. I had stuck to Mexican silver coins but have now also started collecting Latin American coins. I feel they add something nice to my collections and stick to the style and flavor of Mexico.
The next two coins were purchased from the same dealer at the ANA Anaheim show. The first one is a 1913 Mexican 50 Centavos silver piece. It was minted in Mexico City with a M mint mark. It is a Type 1 containing .800 silver, weighs 12.5 grams, 30 mm diameter, 2 mm thick and a smooth lettered edge. The lettering reads INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD.
The final coin is a silver 1923 One Peso. It's a Type 3 example weighing 16.6 grams of .720 silver. It's 34 mm diameter also has INDEPENDECIA Y LIBERTAD on the edge and minted in Mexico City
All three of these coins have wear on them that would probably grade around XF. They all have nice toning and are great examples of their type.
All my info came from 2 sources. The website en.numista.com and the book Mexican Money Vol. 1 authored by Don & Lois Bailey. Thanks for looking. I look forward to your comments.