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by Jose A Mejia

eBook The Coins of the Central American Federation download ISBN: 0615570186
Author: Jose A Mejia
Publisher: Alliance Limited Collectibles (January 17, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 104
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The short lived Central American Federation produce some of the finest kwn silver and gold coins in the history of Latin America. Although, the union between the states failed, the limited number of coins produce have become legendary in the numismatic community.

The short lived Central American Federation produce some of the finest kwn silver and gold coins in the history of Latin America. Now for the first time, The Coins of the Central American Federation presents a brief, but detail history of the federation and her coins.

The republic consisted of the present-day Central American countries of. .The treaty establishing this federation was signed at San José, Costa Rica, on January 19, 1921

The republic consisted of the present-day Central American countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, and the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. Central American liberals in San Salvador objected to this and refused to accept Filísola's authority. The treaty establishing this federation was signed at San José, Costa Rica, on January 19, 1921. The treaty stipulated for the future creation of one state of all the four signatories, under one constitution.

The short lived Central American Federation produce some of the finest known silver and gold coins in the history of Latin America. Now for the first time, "The Coins of the Central American Federation" presents a brief, but detail history of the federation and her coins. Format Paperback 106 pages.

After the collapse of the Central American Federation in 1838, the former states of the federation had no problem minting coins; except for El Salvador. Due to politics and financial strains, El Salvador, relied heavily on foreign coins and estate tokens

After the collapse of the Central American Federation in 1838, the former states of the federation had no problem minting coins; except for El Salvador. Due to politics and financial strains, El Salvador, relied heavily on foreign coins and estate tokens. It took the nation over 50 years for it to finally establish a mint and the colon coin. However, it took a matter of mo After the collapse of the Central American Federation in 1838, the former states of the federation had no problem minting coins; except for El Salvador

The Central American Federation produced some of the most sought after gold and silver coins in Latin American history. Chapter 11. The Central American Federation coins.

The coins of the Central American Federation. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. The Central American Federation produced some of the most sought after gold and silver coins in Latin American history. This is the story of why these coins were produced and a brief history of the turbulent era when they were minted'-Back cover. Chapter 1. Introduction. Chapter 2. Independence and annexation 1821-1823. Chapter 3. The federation is created. Chapter 4. The federal coins. Chapter 12. Collecting the Central American Federation coins.

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Central American Flags - Explained! Flag & anthem of the Federal Republic.

Central American Flags - Explained! ✪ Flag & anthem of the Federal Republic of Central America. Latin American Revolutions: Crash Course World History ✪ Memorize Central American & Caribbean Countries in less than 5 minutes with mnemonics! ✪ National Anthem of Central America Republic - La Granadera.

In 1821 Central Americans who had united to throw off the control of Spain, found themselves hopelessly divided on issues concerning the . And one of the most central figures in that conflict was Father Juan José de Aycinena. Export citation Request permission.

In 1821 Central Americans who had united to throw off the control of Spain, found themselves hopelessly divided on issues concerning the nature of the political and social institutions of the nation they had created. Confidently the Liberals challenged authority and tradition, condemned the past and its institutions and strove to construct a new world of freedom, equality, democracy and progress. Conservatives feared the rashness and the uncertainty of that new world.

Jose A Mejia (Author). This is a very interesting book, both as mini history of Nicaragua and a numismatic history. The first pictured coin is 1859, and all coins after are covered. The early years of Spanish rule and early years of independence are not covered in this book. These years are under the Kingdom of Guatemala, Empire of Mexico and the Central American Republic. Mintage figures are not in the book. There are a few notes for coin collectors. Altogether a very worthwhile book. One person found this helpful.

The short lived Central American Federation produce some of the finest known silver and gold coins in the history of Latin America. Although, the union between the states failed, the limited number of coins produce have become legendary in the numismatic community. Now for the first time, "The Coins of the Central American Federation" presents a brief, but detail history of the federation and her coins.
Comments: (2)
energy breath
This is one of the few books I found that covered this topic of coins in Central America. Good pictures.
Painwind
Although it is not too detailed it is a good summary of the subject and is in English. I'd certainly recommend it to a beginner and as a useful addition to a more advanced numismatic library.