The Mexican Silver Libertad Coin series offers a beautiful design element on both sides, with low mintage figures that are far below those of counterparts such as the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf and American Silver Eagle. Among those coins, the oz Silver Libertad has the lowest mintage. Today, 2018 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in an individual protective plastic flip!
- 28th year of release for the oz Silver Libertad coin!
- Contains Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- The obverse features the Winged Victory design.
- The reverse bears the coat of arms for the nation of Mexico.
- Produced by the Mexican Mint.
Mexican Silver Libertad coins are part of the Mexican Mints Libertad collection. These coins represent the official bullion coinage of the nation of Mexico, and are available in silver and gold. There are proof and bullion versions available in both metals, with eight weights available in silver and five available in gold.
All 2018 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins listed with JM Bullion today are in BU condition. Coins in BU condition feature no indications of wear and tear from handling, but may possess minor flaws. Those flaws are limited to issues such as breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or contact marks from the production process.
The obverse of Mexican Silver Libertad Coins include the image of Winged Victory. The image of Winged Victory is based upon the goddess of Victory and emblematic of the nations victory over Spain in its revolutionary war. Winged Victory features atop the Mexican Independence Victory Column in Mexico City.
On the reverse of the 2018 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins youll find the coat of arms for Mexico. This version of the coins includes only the modern coat of arms for the nation, which features the bald eagle battling a serpent. Engravings around it include the national name in Spanish and a laurel wreath below.
The oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coin is often the one option in the series with the lowest mintage figure among silver coins. In the last decade, the oz coin has had the lowest mintage five times, including the last three years of issue prior to this 2018 release (2015-2017).
Silver Libertads are a product of the Mexican Mint. The mint is located in Mexico City and was founded in 1535 by Spanish conquistadors to both refine gold and silver for shipment to the Old World, as well as coining currency for Spanish colonies throughout the Western Hemisphere.
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