Customers Note: This is a presale item and is not expected to ship until around December 31st, 1969. EVERY order containing this item will be held from shipping until that date. Please note that this date is a rough estimate and solely depends on the mint meeting their production schedule.
The fastest growing silver coin on the market today, in terms of popularity, is the Silver Mexican Libertad coin. Often overlooked in favor of other high-mintage coins, the Silver Libertad is actually on par with many of the leading silver sovereigns. In fact, with .999 pure silver and low mintage, the coin is in high demand for its quality and rarity. Now, you can purchase a 2015 ¼ oz. Silver Mexican Libertad coin from Silver.com.
- Mintage set at just 17,900 coins!
- Minted by the Mexican Mint.
- Contains 1/4 of .999 pure silver.
- Design based on that of the Centenario gold coin.
Each year the Mexican Mint produces the Silver Libertad coin in three different series: bullion, proof, and proof-like. The bullion coins were introduced in 1982 and originally only available in 1 oz. It wasn’t until 1991 that the mint introduced four fractional-weight coins. In addition to the ¼ oz. coin, the mint produced a ½ oz., 1/10 oz., and 1/20 oz. coin. After more than 30 years of production, the Silver Mexican Libertad coins maintain the same basic images used since the coins were introduced.
On the obverse side of each 2015 ¼ oz. Silver Mexican Libertad is the image of the winged Angel of Independence. A symbol of Mexican resistance and eventually victory in the War of Independence, she is visible atop a pillar in the center of the coin. In the background, the nation’s iconic twin volcanoes rise up to meet the horizon. Engravings include the coin’s weight, purity, and metal content, as well as an “M” mint mark.
The reverse side features the nation’s coat of arms. In the emblem, a bald eagle struggles to subdue a serpent as it sits atop a cactus. Engravings include the phrase “Estados Unidos Mexicanos” above and a wreath below.
The Mexican Mint was founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1535, making it the oldest operating facility in the Americas. Unlike the full-weight coins, the fractional-weight coins feature only the modern coat of arms for Mexico as the smaller space on the back makes it impossible to include the various historic depictions of the emblem as found on the 1 oz., 2 oz., and 5 oz. coins.
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