1933, Spain (2nd Republic). Silver 1 Peseta Coin. VF-XF!
Mint Year: 1933 (struck 1934!)
Obverse: Female togated personification of the Spanish Republic, seated, holding olive-spray.
Legend: REPUBLICA ESPAGNOLA
Dexergue: (3) 1933 (4)
Reverse: Crowned Spanish arms between the Pillars of Hercules adorned with "PLVS VLTRA" motto.
Legend: UNA PESETA
The Second Spanish Republic (Spanish: Segunda República Española) was the government of Spain from 14 April 1931 until its dissolution in 1939 by a military rebellion led by General Francisco Franco and Emilio Mola.
The Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed when King Alfonso XIII left the country following municipal elections in which anti-monarchist candidates won the majority of votes, and the Spanish population celebrated the beginning of the Republic and social pressure made the political regime change. Its government went into exile on 1 April 1939, when the last of the loyalist Republican forces surrendered to rebel forces (calling themselves nacionales) led by Generalísimo Franco among others at the end of the Spanish Civil War.
The government in exile of the Second Spanish Republic had an embassy in Mexico City until 1976 and was formally dissolved the following year.