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Cuauhtemoc was the last supreme ruler of the Aztec people (estimated year of birth: 1495 - death: 1525). His name is translated as “One That Has Descended Like An Eagle”, indicating he was cunning and powerful.

As a master of warfare, Cuauhtemoc successfully fought and drove the Spanish conquistadors out of Tenochtitlan (the Aztec name for what is now called Mexico City), only later, to be defeated more by famine than military might.

These vintage coins are in great condition with slight patinas and few beauty marks ~ which come naturally with age and travel. They are made of a copper/nickel alloy, and are the size of a US quarter (25mm in diameter).

The faceted crystals are opaque, cornflower blue in color, and in brass holders.

The charms are antiqued silver-plated brass.

The earwires are surgical steel (soft gray in color) and hypoallergenic.

The earrings are just over 2-½ inches (65mm) in length.

If you would like to see an aspect of this design **tweeked** ~ just drop me a note, and we'll talk.

Mexico, Vintage Coins - - Cuauhtemoc, Ruler of the Aztecs - - Warrior - Tenochtitlan - Mexico City - Ancient Culture