Lois and Don Bailey Numismatic Services of Hemet California and Mexican Coin Company of Carefree Arizona are two of a small number of companies that deal exclusively in Mexican coins, currency and historical collectibles.

 Lois and Don Bailey will continue to stock all of the modern series of coinage, both circulating and the commemoratives series, such as the Libertad, and Pre-Columbian issues.  They will continue to handle medals, decorations, tokens and other historical artifacts of Mexico.

 Don and Lois will continue to attend some of the California shows, but will reduce attendance at other shows to give them more time to complete several book projects, such as THE HISTORY OF MEXICO THROUGH A STUDY OF ITS COINAGE, scheduled for release next year by Krause Publications, and STATE & FEDERAL COPPER  COINAGE OF MEXICO,  1824 – 1872, with Ben Nibert.  Don will continue to do the Mexican Coin Values for Coin World, and will continue his work with the United States Mexican Numismatic Association.   Lois and Don can be contacted at (951) 652-7875 or by email at   

Mexican Coin Company specializes in colonial through early twentieth century coins and currency.  The company stocks a wide variety of early gold and silver coinage and maintains the largest dealer stock of Mexican currency in the United States.  Typical stock includes a variety of Colonial gold, Republic era gold, hooknecks and all the associated silver series.  While the company does not publish a price list, they attend many of the major shows including the Long Beach, Houston, Chicago International and New York International shows.

 The Mexican Coin Company website includes a page that gives the company’s up to date buy prices on a variety of gold and silver coinage from colonial through early twentieth century.  Check it out at or contact Cory Frampton at (480) 921-2562 or by email

 he Mexican coin market is hot and prices on quality material are starting to move rapidly, especially Republic era gold and silver coinage.  Early paper money including the Bancos and revolutionary period are also very active. 



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