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- Why Buy Gold
- Coins minted between 1981 and 1988 contain 1/2 oz of .900 fine Gold. Coins minted since 1991 contain 1/2 oz of .999 fine Gold.
- Individual coins come in protective packaging.
- Obverse: Features a sculptural relief design of the National Shield, encompassed by the legend "Estados Unidos Mexicanos" (United Mexican States).
- Reverse: Depicts two key symbols of the Mexican people: Winged Victory in the forefront and the Mexican volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl in the background.
- Guaranteed by Banco de México.
Protect your Gold Libertad with this clear plastic capsule or display it in style by adding a presentation box to your order.
This magnificent Brilliant Uncirculated 1/2 oz Gold coin is a popular choice not only because of its attractive design, but also its mintage at Casa de Moneda de México, the oldest mint in North America. Add this 1 oz Gold Mexican Libertad or Onza coin to your cart today!
Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
Whether you invest in Gold coins or Gold bars depends on your Gold end-game.
Some people prefer to invest in Gold coins versus Gold bars because they place value not only on raw Gold content, but also on the coin’s history, design and rarity. Libertad Gold coins, and other world coins, have a higher premium over spot price of Gold than most Gold bars. Over the years, a coin’s value can increase substantially beyond the raw Gold value if the coin is rare and sought after by collectors. Gold Mexican Libertads tend to have low mintages each year, a more extreme example occurring in 2003 when only 300 1/2 oz Gold Libertads (BU) were minted. Purchasing a 1/2 oz Gold Onza or 1/2 oz Gold Libertad is not only about the rarity, but these Gold coins also possess a unique beauty. Part of the appeal of collecting Gold coins is the ability to hold it in your hands and proudly display its magnificent design.
Understand the difference between Gold coins and Gold rounds.
Sometimes people use the terms Gold coins and Gold rounds interchangeably, but there is a difference between the two. Gold coins, like the 1/2 oz Gold Onza and 1/2 oz Gold Libertad, are only produced by government mints and are legal tender. The value of Onza and Libertad Gold coins goes beyond the current price of Gold because the Gold bullion coins also have numismatic, or collector, value. Gold rounds, unlike Libertad Gold coins, Onza Gold coins and other world coins, are in the same class as Gold bars, with similar premiums over Gold spot price. Likke Gold bars, Gold rounds are most often produced by private mints and have no legal tender value.
Gold Onza and Gold Libertad coins feature iconic Mexican imagery in .999 fine Gold, combining Gold value with collectible appeal.
70% of reviewers recommend this product
From:El Paso, TX
Date:Jul 8, 2014
Date:May 24, 2014
I just received mine today, and I wouldn't call it Brilliant Uncirculated, since there is a small chip out of the front of the coin. Other then that it seems nice. I know Apmex has a return policy not sure if I want to go through the hassle of getting it replaced.
- Attractive Design
- Value (low premium over spot)
- Poor Condition
Merchant response: We understand that sometimes it can be a hassle to return the item for an exchange. Customer service will reach out to you to give you the opportunity to exchange if you so choose.
We provide all of our customers with a refund, return and / or exchange on everything we sell including all bullion and certified coins. If for any reason, you have a problem, please feel free to call us. We will always do our best to accommodate you.