Libertad Silver Coins for Sale
The Silver Libertad is a Mexican silver bullion coin that shares the same design as the gold version. These coins were issued for the first time in 1981 by the Casa de Moneda de Mexico. The theme of the coin's design is a celebration of Mexican independence and reflects an ongoing desire for continued national freedom. Early versions of this coin featured smooth edges that had the inscription Independence y Libertad on the outside. Their fineness was of lower quality than those currently in production. The current version is a popular coin for both investors and collectors due a combination of attractive design and historical patriotic imagery. There are several different denominations of this coin, but the one ounce is preferred among both investors and collectors.
Technical data about Libertad: Mint : Casa de Moneda de Mexico Denomination: not applicable; Precious Metal: Silver 999/1000; Weight: 31.1 grams;Diameter : 40 mm; Thickness: 2.7 mm; Edge: Corrugated; Before 1999 the edges were smooth with an Independence y Libertarian inscription.
Front Motif:The front of each coin features the Mexican coat of arms, an inscription with the words Estados Unidos Mexicanos, and the ten historical coats of arms of Mexico.
Reverse Motif: On the reverse side is Victoria the goddess of victory in a Mexican desert landscape. The volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccihuatl are visible in the background. Each silver coin lists information on purity and size, and lists the year of issue.
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