The largest coin available from the Mexican Mint and its Mexican Silver Libertad Series is the 1 Kilo coin. Originally available as a proof coin and later as a bullion coin, it is now also available as a reverse proof silver specimen each year. Today, 2017 1 Kilo Reverse Proof Mexican Silver Libertad Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a protective plastic flip!
- Stunning reverse proof!
- Contains 1 Kilo (32.15 Troy oz) of .999 pure silver.
- The obverse features Winged Victory and the mountains of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.
- On the reverse is the national coat of arms for Mexico.
The Mexican Mint has significantly expanded the variety of Mexican Silver Libertad coins it has available to investors and collectors. Not only does the series offer eight weights for buyers to choose from, but it also has four different versions in its silver range. The original options were bullion and proof, but recent years have seen the mint expand its offerings to include reverse proof and antique coins.
All 2017 1 Kilo Reverse Proof Mexican Silver Libertad Coins are available to you with a protective plastic flip. The coins are only available with individual packaging whether you purchase one or more items. These coins are reverse proof specimens that have mirrored design elements and frosted background fields.
The obverse side of 2017 Reverse Proof Mexican Silver Libertad Coins includes various design elements. The central feature of the design is Winged Victory. Known as the Angel of Independence, her figure is shown here as it appears at the top of the Mexican Independence Victory Column. The column and statue were erected in 1921 to honor the 100th anniversary of Mexican independence. In the background field, you will notice two volcanic peaks visible from Mexico City: Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.
On the reverse face of 2017 1 Kilo Reverse Proof Mexican Silver Libertad Coins are 11 different versions of the national coat of arms for Mexico. The modern seal is featured in the center as the largest of the images visible. The coat of arms includes a Mexican golden eagle struggling with a serpent on the arm of a cactus. Around the design element, there are 10 historic versions of the seal used throughout Mexican history.
The Mexican Mint is the oldest operating mint in the Western Hemisphere. Opened in 1535 by Spanish conquistadors, the mint is now owned and operated by Banco de Mexico and the federal government of Mexico.
Please contact JM Bullion with your questions when buying silver. We are available on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.