The real was a currency of Mexico, issued until 1897. There were 16 silver reales to 1 gold escudo, with 8 tlacos to the real. The peso, which circulated alongside the real and eventually replaced it, was equal to 8 reales. The first reales issued in Mexico were Spanish colonial reales. These were followed in 1822 by independent issues of Mexico. In 1863, Mexico began issuing a decimal currency based on the peso but coins denominated in reales (in particular 8 reales coins) continued to be minted until 1897.

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  • El real fue una denominación de moneda en México que se mantuvo vigente hasta 1897, cuando se dejó definitivamente el antiguo sistema de fracciones en octavos por el decimal. Las equivalencias eran de 1 escudo de oro por 16 reales de plata o 128 tlacos. El peso se convirtió, en 1897, en la única unidad monetaria vigente en México, con una tasa de cambio de 8 reales por 1 peso. Las monedas valuadas en reales emitidas por primera vez en México pertenecían al real colonial español. En 1822 se comenzaron a emitir monedas del real de México. En 1863, México comenzó a emitir monedas valuadas en centavos, la fracción del peso mexicano, pero las monedas denominadas en reales (en particular, las monedas de 8 reales) siguieron siendo acuñadas hasta 1897. (es)
  • The real was a currency of Mexico, issued until 1897. There were 16 silver reales to 1 gold escudo, with 8 tlacos to the real. The peso, which circulated alongside the real and eventually replaced it, was equal to 8 reales. The first reales issued in Mexico were Spanish colonial reales. These were followed in 1822 by independent issues of Mexico. In 1863, Mexico began issuing a decimal currency based on the peso but coins denominated in reales (in particular 8 reales coins) continued to be minted until 1897. (en)
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  • The real was a currency of Mexico, issued until 1897. There were 16 silver reales to 1 gold escudo, with 8 tlacos to the real. The peso, which circulated alongside the real and eventually replaced it, was equal to 8 reales. The first reales issued in Mexico were Spanish colonial reales. These were followed in 1822 by independent issues of Mexico. In 1863, Mexico began issuing a decimal currency based on the peso but coins denominated in reales (in particular 8 reales coins) continued to be minted until 1897. (en)
  • El real fue una denominación de moneda en México que se mantuvo vigente hasta 1897, cuando se dejó definitivamente el antiguo sistema de fracciones en octavos por el decimal. Las equivalencias eran de 1 escudo de oro por 16 reales de plata o 128 tlacos. El peso se convirtió, en 1897, en la única unidad monetaria vigente en México, con una tasa de cambio de 8 reales por 1 peso. (es)
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  • Mexican real (en)
  • Real mexicano (es)
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