Mexican Silver Libertad coins aren’t just some of the most popular bullion coins available in the precious metals market today, they are also some of the most diverse. Available in numerous finishes and weights each year, the Mexican Silver Libertad is an excellent addition to any numismatists portfolio or collection. Right now, the 2014 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin is available in BU condition.
- Arrives in a protective plastic capsule to ensure the coin’s condition.
- Maximum mintage capped at just 6,400 coins in total for 2014!
- 19th annual release of the 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin!
- Contains 5 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears no official face value.
- Obverse features historic images of Mexican independence and culture.
- Reverse includes the coat of arms of Mexico.
- Brilliant Uncirculated specimen.
The Mexican Silver Libertad coin has a fascinating production history, from its origins to the modern day. The coins were originally available only as 1 oz bullion specimens, but have grown with time to include proof and proof-like versions of the coin.
In addition to the varying finishes of the coin, the Mexican Mint has introduced countless weights in the series. These include fractional-weight coins ranging from 1/20 to 1/2 oz, and greater-than-1 oz. coins that include a 2 oz and 5 oz bullion and proof coins, as well as a 1 Kilo proof-like coin.
On the obverse of all 2014 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coins you’ll find the image of Winged Victory, a replica of the statue that was erected in the center of Mexico City in 1920 to celebrate the nation’s centennial mark since its independence from Spain.
The reverse of each 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin includes the modern Mexican coat of arms at its center. Surrounding this modern version of the seal are 10 total coat of arms symbols that represent the historic interpretations of the country’s coat of arms as it evolved over time.
Each of the 2014 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coins in this product listing is a Brilliant Uncirculated specimen. Coins in BU condition exhibit no signs of wear and tear, but do feature minor blemishes including breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or contact marks from the coining process.
The Mexican Mint is the official sovereign mint of Mexico. It produces the Mexican Silver Libertad, as well as its official gold counterpart and the nation’s official currency. The Mexican Mint is operated by the federal government and Banco de Mexico.
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