2015 1 oz Mexican Silver Libertad

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  • Description:

    The oldest mint in the Americas, the Mexican Mint, began their journey with the Mexican Libertad series in 1982. Each year, that mint produces a Libertad with the same design on the coin with only changing the year. That famous design originated in 1921, when the Mexican Mint created the Centenario, a gold bullion coin to celebrate 100 years of independence from Spain. These silver bullion coins are promised to be .999 fine silver and in brilliant uncirculated condition. The Mexican Libertad's popularity has been growing recently and by doing so, it has made finding the lower mintage Libertads more difficult.

    Looking at the obverse, we see a lovely woman, half-dressed, balancing on a pillar. Her gentle arms are outstretched and her wings sweep above the detailed landscape that is behind her. She is also known as the winged Victoria, who is the symbol of Mexico's independence. Right next to her is the Mexican Mint's mintmark, "MO," and above her head are the words, "1 onza plata pura," "2015," and "ley .999," to prove the coin's purity. These Spanish words translate to "one ounce .999 pure silver." Encroaching in the background are the very active volcanoes, known as Popocatépetl and Iztaccihuatl. Once star-crossed lovers, these volcanoes are said to be the gods' answer to a desperate plea from a warrior who tragically lost his princess. Instead of bringing the princess back to life, the gods' made the two lovers into mountains so they will always be laying next to each other. The reverse displays the Mexican Coat of Arms, a lone eagle atop a cactus, holding a snake in its beak. Whether you are a coin aficionado or just looking for a silver investment, the Mexican Libertad series is the perfect collection to start!

    Coin Highlights
    -.999 fine silver
    -Brilliant Uncirculated condition
    -Packaged in coin flip
    -Obverse: A winged Victoria is pictured
    -Reverse: Mexican Coat of Arms

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 2015
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