The silver coins for sale in the Mexican Silver Libertad collection are available annually with seven weights to choose from in the bullion range alone. The coins of the Silver Libertad collection debuted in 1982 and expanded in the 1990s to include fractional-weight coins and larger-than-1-oz coins. Today, 2019 1/2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of protective packaging!
- 29th release of the Silver Libertad coin in 1/2 oz weights!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- Winged Victory appears on the obverse of the coin.
- The Mexican coat of arms is featured on the reverse of the coins.
- Backed by Banco de Mexico.
Introduced in 1982, the Silver Libertad coin was issued by the Mexican Mint for nearly a decade in a 1 oz silver weight. In 1991, there were four fractional-weight coins introduced into the collection. These included the 1/2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad as the largest of these coins accompanied by the 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/20 oz coins.
All 2019 1/2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins in this product listing are available to you from JM Bullion in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The fractional-weight coins in this collection are available inside of protective plastic packaging and come to you with the backing Banco de Mexico.
On the obverse of Mexican Silver Libertad coins, youll find the image of Winged Victory. This symbol arose from the Mexican War of Independence against Spain in the 1820s and represents the successful overthrow of Spains colonial rule. Winged Victory holds the wreath of self-governance above her head and the broken chains of servitude in his left hand.
Winged Victory stands 17-feet tall in real life at the top of the Mexican Independence Victory Column in Mexico City. The statue was erected in 1921 to mark the 100th anniversary of Mexican independence and coincided with the release of a gold coin featuring her image as well.
The reverse of all 2019 1/2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins includes the image of the Mexican coat of arms. This design is the modern image that includes an eagle sitting on the arm of a cactus as it battles with a serpent. It is surrounded by the phrase Estados Unidos Mexicanos above and the wreath below.
The Mexican Mint is located in Mexico City and was founded in 1535. The mint was originally created by Spanish conquistadors to refine gold and silver in the region before shipping it back to Europe.
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