What is the 1000 peso coin worth?
about 80+ bux This is not correct. The MXN (Mexican pesos) printed after 1993 are currently worth about 8 cents to the American dollar, so a 1000 peso note would be worth… about 80 dollars. A 1988 1000 peso note, the MXP, is worth 1000 times LESS than that. The MXP is obsolete, worthless to anyone but a collector of older bills. Sorry, but I did the research for myself, to save time. I have 38k in pesos, but they are all notes/coins printed before 1990, so the value of $3000 USD I thought I had went down to about $38 USD. Don't be disappointed when you get to the bank, $38 will fill your gas tank, at least.
100 dollars. All you do is take away a 0. So if you had 100 US dollars, it would be 1,000 pesos in Mexico.
1000 peso is worth $80.60 USD
If it's from Mexico it's not worth much, I'm afraid. Mexico's currency was devalued by high inflation so in 1993 new coins and bills were exchanged for old ones at the ratio o…f 1000 old pesos to 1 new. Thus your coin is only worth one new peso, or about a dime at current exchange rates.
In Mexican pesos? One Argentinian peso equals 3.0975 Mexican pesos (Nov 2010). It would equal 3,097.50 pesos, which is a fairly high amount.
1000 pesos is about 100 dollars or it can sometimes be a little over 100 depending at what rate they're trading the dollar for at Mexico.
There's no such coin in Mexico. Please post a new question with more details as to what you're asking about.
1 peso equals about 0.065193 US dollars. So a 1000 peso coin would be worth about 65 dollars.
In US Dollar, 50 Pesos is worth about $3.77
Roughly it is worth at $73 for 1000 Mexican Pesos.
About 14 different countries use 'Peso' as their unit of currency and the value would depend on the age and condition, so this question is impossible to answer accurately. The… 'Mil' in the value just means 1000. If the note is from Mexico and from about 1985, then a mint condition note would be worth $2 to a banknote collector. A modern, 2002 or later, Mexican 1000 Peso note in any condition is worth $78 in any bank.
About 72.72 dollars. (Feb 2012)
.07 in 1993 the "peso" was re-valued it was decreased by 1/1000 making that coin worth only $.07 U.S. dollars.
No. The largest denomination is the centenario, a 50 pesos coin with 1.2057 oz of pure gold. It costs around US$2100 (Jan 2012)
You are likely referring to the large aluminum-bronze coin (no gold content), picturing 17th century Sister Juana de Asbaje on front. In perfect uncirculated condition, this c…oin would have a value of approximately $5.75 to a collector - and in circulated condition, up to $2.