When you buy silver online, the Mexican Silver Libertad collection is a prominent option that many investors and collectors find. The Silver Libertad coins are available annually in bullion, proof, and reverse proof options. Right now, the 2019 2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coin is available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of individual protective plastic or tubes of 20!
- 24th year of issue for the 2 oz Silver Libertad coin!
- Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- On the obverse is the design of the coat of arms of Mexico.
- The reverse side features the design of Winged Victory.
- Backed by Banco de Mexico.
Each of the 2019 2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coins available to you from JM Bullion come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The 2 oz coins are typically individually packaged, but may also arrive inside of tubes of 20 coins. The coins are available from the Mexican Mint each year since 1996 in this weight and have the backing of Banco de Mexico.
The Mexican Silver Libertad coin was introduced in 1982 with just a 1 oz weight available. This remained the standard for the collection for a decade. In 1991, the four fractional weights were introduced. In 1996, the introduction of these 2 oz coins was accompanied by the debut of the 5 oz Silver Libertad as well.
On the obverse side of all 2019 Mexican Silver Libertad Coins is a design that centers on the modern coat of arms for Mexico. The design of the coat of arms depicts an eagle on the arm of a cactus with a serpent in its talons that it is struggling to subdue. Immediately around the design on this side is the phrase Estados Unidos Mexicanos and a wreath ribbon. The outer edge of the design field includes the 10 historic versions of the coat of arms used over the last two centuries by the Mexican government.
For the reverse design of the 2019 2 oz Mexican Silver Libertad Coin, the Mexican Mint offers the image of Winged Victory. She is depicted in left-profile relief with her right hand reaching above her head holding a wreath crown that represents self-governance. In her left hand, youll find the broken chains of servitude that represent the nations break with Spanish colonial rule. The image of Winged Victory that is depicted here first appeared on coinage in 1921 when the Mexican Mint issued the Centenario gold coin. The coin was intended to mark the 100th anniversary of the nations independence and was available for roughly a decade, halted during World War II, and reintroduced in the late 1940s for several decades.
If you have any questions about these coins, please feel free to ask JM Bullion customer service. Were available to you at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and via our email address.