The official Banco de Mexico packaging guidelines for this product are“Bags with 100coins (20 tubes of 5coins)”. Orders of 5coins will ship in a mint tube and orders of 100coins will ship in a mint bag.
The fastest growing silver bullion coin in the world, in terms of popularity, is the Mexican Silver Libertad. The official sovereign coin of Mexico, the coin features imagery that depicts the nations coat of arms and historic symbols representing the nations struggle for independence from Spain. Now, you can purchase a 2015 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin from JM Bullion.
- Contains 5 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.
Mexican Silver Libertad coins are struck in seven weights each year by the Mexican Mint. The weights range from this 5 oz. Silver Libertad at the top, to the 1/20 oz Silver Libertad at the bottom. Mintage levels for the 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad are typically the lowest in the series, meaning these coins can disappear quickly from vendor inventories.
The designs used on the 2015 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin include the common obverse and reverse images used on the coin since the mid-1990s. On the obverse side of the coin is Angel of Independence. The angel first appeared in Mexican society in 1920 when the nation celebrated the centennial of its War of Independence from Spain. The reverse side of the coins feature various designs of the national coat of arms.
On the obverse side of the 5 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coin is the image of the winged Angel of Independence. In the distant background, the Mexican volcanoes Popocatepetl and Iztaccihautl are engraved. Inscriptions on this side of the coin include the weight, purity, and metal content of the coin (in Spanish), as well as the Mexican Mint mark.
The reverse side of the 5 oz coin bears the current Mexican coat of arms in the middle. In the image, a bald eagle sits atop a cactus as it fights with a snake clutched in its beak. The image is immediately surrounded by a wreath and the phrase Estados Unidos Mexicanos. Around the outer rim of the reverse side are various coat-of-arms designs used throughout Mexican history.
The Mexican Mint is a decentralized agency of the Mexican federal government. First opened in 1535 by Spanish conquerors, the Mexican Mint is the oldest operating facility in the Americas.
If you have any questions for JM Bullion associates regarding the 2015 5 oz. Silver Libertad, you can reach us at 800-276-6508, or online using our live chat and email services.