2013 1/2 oz Gold Mexican Libertad PR-70 DCAM PCGS Registry Set

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Low population coin!
Gold Mexican Libertads have incredibly low mintages for bullion coins, and their newer design is highly desired among collectors. Gold Libertad coins are rapidly gaining popularity in the United States and are not easy to come by. The Libertad is Mexico's treasure coin and is minted at Casa de Moneda de Mexico, the oldest Mint in North America, established in 1535.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 77494
Year: 2013
Mint Mark: Mo - Mexico City
Grade: PR-70DCAM
Diameter: n/a mm
Thickness: n/a mm

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2013 1/2 oz Gold Mexican Libertad PR-70 DCAM PCGS Registry Set
 
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5.0

Perfect DCAM 70; 300 coins minted

By Mark

from Pittsburgh

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Mint Condition
  • Recognized Brand

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      Comments about 2013 1/2 oz Gold Mexican Libertad PR-70 DCAM PCGS Registry Set:

      I knew there were only 300 of these coins minted, which is very low compared to some previous years. The Mexican mint does not provide mintage details until after that particular year is ended. I double hedge with low mintage, high quality, unique gold and silver coins. This is a no-brainer to find one that is PCGS DCAM70. Just wonder how many of these exist at this level of quality.

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