The official Banco de Mexico packaging guidelines for this product are“Bags with 500 coins (14 tubes of 35 coins and 1 tube of 10 coins).” Due to the ambiguity we can’t guarantee mint package size at this time, although orders of 35 coins willlikely ship in a mint tube.
Most sovereign coin programs feature images that are representative of a nation on the global stage. America has the bald eagle, and Canada uses the sugar maple leaf. The official silver bullion coin of the Mexico depicts the nations long fight against Spanish rule that began in 1820. Today, you can purchase the highly coveted 2015 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin from JM Bullion.
- Mintage limited to just 16,000 coins!
- Contains 1/2 oz of 99.9% pure silver.
- Minted at the Mexican Mint in Mexico.
- Features the popular Angel of Independence design on the obverse.
- Available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
The images on the Mexican Silver Libertad coin date back to the nations celebration of the centennial of its War of Independence with Spain. Fed up with Spanish oppression, the Mexican people fought back in 1820. In 1920, the Mexican Mint issued a gold Centenario coin featuring the winged Angel of Independence and national coat of arms.
Introduced in 1982, the Mexican Silver Libertad coin series reintroduces both images to Mexican currency using stunning, modern minting technology. On the obverse side of the Mexican Silver Libertad coin is the image of the Angel of Independence, featured atop a pillar in the center of the coin. Her image is surrounded by inscriptions bearing the weight, purity, and metal content of the coin.
The reverse side of the coin features various depictions of the coat of arms of Mexico throughout the nations history. In the center, the modern coat of arms is depicted, surrounded by a wreath and the phrase Estados Unidos Mexicanos.
Originally founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1535 to refine gold found in the Americas, the Mexican Mint is an entity of the federal government in Mexico. The Mint first struck Silver Libertads in 1982, redesigning the reverse design in the mid-1990s. Each year, the Mint produces the coins in seven different weights, including three full weights and four fractional weights. The oz. weight is the most popular among the fractional weights and often boasts the second highest mintage.
If you have questions about the 2015 oz. Mexican Silver Libertad, we welcome those inquires. JM Bullion associates are available on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live web chat, and via email.