The Mexican Silver Libertad coin series remains one of the most diverse in the precious metals industry. Offered annually from the Mexican Mint, this national bullion coin series features a total of seven weights for investors to choose from among its collectible silver coins for sale each year. Today, 2009 2 oz Proof Mexican Silver Libertad Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in an individual acrylic capsule!
- 14th year of issue for the 2 oz Proof Mexican Silver Libertad!
- Limited mintage of only 6,200 coins in 2009!
- Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- The obverse features Winged Victory.
- On the reverse is the Mexican coat of arms.
- Proof specimens.
The Mexican Silver Libertad coin program debuted in 1982 with a 1 oz silver BU coin for investors. The collectible Proof Silver Libertad coins were first issued in that same weight, 1 oz silver, in 1983, but not regularly available until 1986. In 1996, the Mexican Mint expanded the series for a second time by introducing 2 oz and 5 oz silver coins.
All of the 2009 2 oz Proof Mexican Silver Libertad Coins in this product listing comes with an individual acrylic capsule. The Mexican Mint maintains very low mintage figures for all of its coins, including the proof versions of the Silver Libertad. In 2009 in the midst of the Great Recession, the Mexican Mint actually saw its highest mintage on record for the 1 oz Proof Silver Libertad at just 6,200. The next closest figure is a mintage of 5,000 coins in 2018.
The obverse side of the 2009 2 oz Proof Mexican Silver Libertad features a bust of Winged Victory. Based on the goddess Victoria that was once worshipped by victorious generals in the ancient world, Victoria as shown here comes from the Mexican Independence Victory Column in Mexico City. She stands confidently at the top of the column with a laurel wreath in one hand and broken chains in her other hand. Behind her figure in the distance are the volcanoes of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.
On the reverse face of 2009 2 oz Proof Silver Libertad Coins, you will notice the Mexican coat of arms. The national coat of arms features a golden eagle battling with a serpent as it sits perched on a cactus. The wreath below is made of laurel and cactus, with the nation of issue inscribed above. On these larger coins in the series, the 10 historic versions of the national seal are featured around the edge of the border field.
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