The Casa de Moneda de Mexico in Mexico, which was the first mint in America, was established by Royal Charter in 1535, and has served continuously reaching a quality recognition worldwide. Responsible for the minting of coins and banknotes that are legal, it should be noted that they do not print passports, passes, or stamps
The Royal Mint of Mexico was founded in 1535 by royal decree, issued by the Spanish crown and carries the first Viceroy of New Spain, Antonio de Mendoza, creating the first mint in America. Since 1810 until 1905 in Mexico, there were about 14 houses allowed in some states of the country.
The mint has advanced technology for the manufacture of planchets, coins and commemorative medals minted running fine and industrial metals. Since its inception, the Mint of Mexico has produced pieces that, in recognition of its quality, pierced their borders to be used as a medium of exchange in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in various parts of the world. Since then, its presence as a manufacturer of legal tender, has been active and ongoing. In recent years it has exported coins, medals and coin blanks to countries including: Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Ecuador, Egypt, Spain, USA, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, England, Malaysia, Morocco, Nicaragua, Norway, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Uruguay and Venezuela.