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- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver.
- Individual coins ship in flips, lots of 20 ship in mint tubes.
- Protect your new investment with a 40.6 mm Air-Tite Coin Holder.
- Struck by the Mexican Mint.
- Total mintage of 1,014,000 coins.
Mexican Silver Libertad coins feature design sets that speak to the nations history. Winged Victory is a symbol of the nations fight against Spanish colonial rule, which ended with Mexican victory during the War of Independence. The volcanic peaks of Popocatepetl and Izticchuatl are named for a pair of lovers from Aztec lore.
On the reverse side of each coin is a representation of the nations coat of arms. In the depiction, a bald eagle is featured locked in battle with a serpent. The eagles beak clutches the serpent, while its talon tries to control the body of the snake. Engravings on this side include a wreath under the coat of arms, and the phrase Estados Unidos Mexicanos above. Translated into English, the latter phrase reads United Mexican States.
The obverse side of each coin features Winged Victory, also known as the angel of independence. Winged Victory is depicted walking forward with a wreath crown held aloft in her right hand, and the broken chains of Spanish colonizers in her left hand. Engravings include the face value, metal content, purity, and the year of minting.
Mexican Silver Libertad coins are struck on an annual basis by the Mexican Mint. Founded in 1535, the official silver bullion coin of Mexico is produced under the authority of the Banco de Mexico.
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