Issued in 1898 by Cuban in Exile in New York
This silver (.900)
coin was issued in the United States to collect
funds for the war against Spain.
It shows Leonor
Molina's profile on one side and the Cuban Coat
of Arms on the other. After the Republic was
founded this coin was accepted as currency in
recognition of the faith and economic sacrifice
of those that bought it.
Rated by ANACS as (AU 50) Almost Uncirculated, cleaned.
Moneda de plata (.900) emitida en 1899 para reunir fondos para la
guerra contra España.
Catalogada y encapsulada como AU (Casi sin Circulación)