The Terran carbon-based unit designating itself as "Richard" <[email protected]
shared its ideas in misc.legal on Thu, 11 Sep 2003 23:55:11 GMT:
Douglas S. Ladden wrote:>>
The Terran carbon-based unit designating itself as"Richard" <[email protected]
> shared its ideas in misc.legal on Thu, 11 Sep 2003 13:01:03 GMT: [email protected]
wrote:>>> While cleaning up my new apartment I found a Mexican coin that is> silver in the center and has a gold colored edge. The coin is> about the size of the old U.S. half dollar coins. It says $20 on> it. How much is that worth in the U.S.?> Thanks> Sal A mexican dollar is worth roughly 9 cents of an American dollar. http://www.x-rates.com/d/MXN/table.html First of all, it's called a Peso, not a mexican dollar. And the value of the coin, would be about USD $1.83, but you won't get anywhere near that much if you try to exchange it anywhere. What the OP described is a coin in current circulation. --Douglas Thank you very much. I am well aware of the fact that a mexican dollar is called a "peso". The OP wanted to know the value of a mexican "dollar" in the US.
No, he didn't want to know the value of a "mexican dollar", he
wanted to know the value of the particular COIN he found. But, as usual,
you won't let facts stand in the way of your posts. There is no such
thing as a "mexican dollar".