Mexican Mint
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Mexican Mint
Mexican Mint
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Agency overview
Formed1535; 485 years ago (1535)
JurisdictionFederal government of Mexico
HeadquartersMexico City
Employees1,845 (2006)
Agency executive
Parent agencySecretariat of Finance and Public Credit
Websitewww.cmm.gob.mx

La Casa de Moneda de México is the national mint of Mexico and is the oldest mint in the Americas.

The Mexican Mint was established in 1535 by the Spanish viceroy Antonio de Mendoza by a decree from the Spanish Crown to create the first mint in the Americas.[1] The mint's silver eight-real coins and its successor coin, the silver peso, circulated widely in the Americas and Asia well into the 19th century and became the basis of the modern national currencies of many countries in these parts of the world, including the United States dollar,[2] the Japanese yen and the Chinese yuan [1].

Since 1983, coins are only produced in San Luis Potosí. The ancient headquarters are currently the Museo Nacional de las Culturas in Mexico City. The mint's main client is the Bank of Mexico. Since January 13, 2014, the general mint director is Guillermo Hopkins Gamez. He is also the vice-president of the Mint Directors Conference.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Nuestra Casa". La Casa de Moneda de México. Archived from the original on April 5, 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ Journals of the Continental Congress, Volume 28. 1785. pp. 354-357. Retrieved .

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