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Mexican Silver Libertad Coin Sets (BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) & Proof)

Some of the most beautiful silver coins on the coin market, the Mexican Silver Libertads from the Mexican Mint attract attention from collectors and investors around the world. The Silver Libertads are .999 fine silver and are well-known for their designs.

Mexican Silver Libertad Design

The Mexican Silver Libertad coins have featured the same design elements on the obverse and reverse since 1982. When the series was introduced in 1982, the Mexican Mint used designs from the gold Centenario coin from 1921. The obverse of the coins featured the modern coat of arms of Mexico from 1982 to 1999. This design includes a Mexican golden eagle in left-profile relief with its talons and beak holding a rattlesnake as the bird sits perched on a prickly pear cactus. Coins produced from 1982 to 1995 show the older angel design.

The original depiction of Winged Victory appeared on the reverse of the Mexican Silver Libertad in 1982. The design portrayed her figure in front-facing relief. She held up a wreath crown in her right hand with broken chains in her left hand. There is a notched edge design element with the mountains of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl in the background. In 1996, a new design was released featuring a new portrayal of Winged Victory. The design featured the statue at the top of the Mexican Independence Victory Column, but now featured her image from a three-quarter side portrait instead with greater visibility of the mountains in the background field.

The obverse of the coin features Mexico's coat of arms, with the design updating in 2000 to also picture the historical coat of arms of Mexico. The reverse of the beautiful coin tells the legend of two star-crossed lovers, princess Iztaccíhuatl and warrior Popocatépetl, turned into volcanoes by the Aztec gods, so they can finally be together. The angel of Victory depicted on the reverse was changed in 1996 to show a three-quarter side profile.

Our Most Popular Set: 2022 Mexico 3 oz Silver Libertad 40th Anniversary Coin Bar

Only 2,200 of this silver product was produced by the Banco de México. It was created to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the coin and includes a 2 oz silver bar and a 1 oz Silver Libertad coin. The two pieces consist of .999 fine silver and come with a certificate of authenticity. Like all coins, the value of this set is influenced by the silver spot market, rarity, demand, and more.

About the Mexican Mint

The Mexican Mint, also known as La Casa de Moneda de México, is the official mint of Mexico responsible for producing the country's coins and currency. It is one of the oldest mints in the Americas with a rich history dating back to the colonial era.

The Mexican Mint was founded on January 11, 1535, by a decree issued by the Spanish Crown. It was the first mint established in the Americas and served as the primary mint for Spanish colonial territories in North and South America.

In addition to circulating coins, the mint also produces a range of bullion coins and medals in various precious metals, such as gold, silver, and platinum. Their silver and gold Mexican bullion coins, like the Libertad series, are popular among investors and collectors globally.

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