1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
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1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New
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1 oz .999 Aztec Calendar Stone, Eagle Warrior Emperor of Tenochtitlan New

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Condition:New Fineness: 999  Actual Weight:1 troy oz Gross Weight:31.103 grams Diameter:39 mm This is a stunningly attractive round. The Aztec Calendar was the most famed work of the Aztecs and is known for its intricate design and details

In commemoration of the Aztec Calendar Stone, the Aztec Calendar Round was created. In 1479, the stone was carved. The stone itself weighed 25 tons and was formed of molten lava. It was buried beneath Mexico City's center square until it was discovered during construction in 1790.

The obverse has a stunning depiction of the famous Aztec Calendar stone. Tonatuih, the Aztec sun god, is shown on the stone. Three separate rings surround the face, each containing images from Aztec history.

Cuauhtemoc, the final Aztec Emperor, appears on the reverse side of the round. Cuauhtemoc was assassinated by Spanish conquistadors in 1525, and his face may still be seen in Mexican pop culture to this day.