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Original Mexican Lobby Card from the mexican movie Los Hijos Que Yo Soñe starring Libertad Lamarque, Julio Aleman, Enrique Rambal, Enrique Guzmán, Patricia Conde and René Muñoz (Fray Escoba) with Lucy Gallardo, Rafael Del Rio, Delia Magaña, Jorge Lavat, Carlos Nieto, Graciela Doring, Pepe Ruiz Velez and the children Julian Bravo Mora and Juan Carlos Ortiz. Directed by Roberto Gavaldón in 1965.

MELODRAMA by Edmundo Baez, Francisco P. Cabrera and Roberto Gavaldon

Cinematographer José Ortiz Ramos

Music by Enrique Rodriguez

Printed In Mexico

The measure of the lobby card is 12 Inches of high and 16 Inches of wide.

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This is a Mexican sterling silver coin from 1979. On the obverse is an antique minting press and on the reverse is a scale, content, purity, and mint mark.

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This design has been featured on Mexican Libertad pure silver and gold coins since 1991. The reverse of the legal tender Libertad coins features the national symbol of Mexico – an eagle with a snake in its mouth, standing on a cactus.
A pre-Columbian Mexican legend relates that Popocatepetl, a great warrior, was in love with the fair maiden Iztaccihuatl, daughter of a tribal king. The lovers went to the king who told them he would allow the marriage only if Popocatepetl was victorious in battle with a rival tribe. Popocatepetl went off to battle, was indeed victorious, but was kept away longer than expected. A rival suitor to the hand of Iztaccihuatl spread the rumor that Popocatepetl had died in battle and the young maiden soon died of grief. When Popocatepetl returned the laid her body atop a mountain range that assumed the shape of a sleeping lady – the form that is evident in the western view of the Iztaccihuatl today. Overcome with sadness, Popocatepetl climbed the adjacent peak where, standing sentinel with a smoking torch, he eternally watches over his lost lover.

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