The Mexican Mint issues the Libertad Series each year with silver and gold for sale as the primary options. The history of mintage in this series includes a slow introduction of the gold coins that began in 1981 with gold bullion coins and 2005 for gold proof coins. 2018 saw the introduction of the latest version of the gold coin. Right now, 2019 1 oz Reverse Proof Gold Mexican Libertad Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of individual protective plastic capsules!
- Second coin in the Reverse Proof Gold Libertad release!
- Mintage limited to 500 gold coins only!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine gold.
- Winged Victory is featured on the obverse.
- The Mexican coat of arms is on the reverse.
- Reverse proof coins!
Each 2019 1 oz Reverse Proof Gold Mexican Libertad coin in this listing comes with an individual protective plastic capsule. The coins are limited to just 500 specimens, half of the debut 2018 release, and each one comes with distinctive visuals. Reverse proof coins have deeply-mirrored design elements over frosted background fields for visual contrast.
The 2018 release of Reverse Proof Gold Mexican Libertad coins was accompanied by the introduction of Antique Silver Mexican Libertad coins as well. While the new Antique Silver Libertads are available in three different weights, the Reverse Proof Gold LIbertads are available only in 1 oz and 1/2 oz gold.
On the obverse of 2019 Reverse Proof Gold Mexican Libertad Coins is a depiction of Winged Victory. This iconic symbol of Mexican independence is inspired by the appearance of Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory. She is depicted here in left-profile relief with her right hand holding a wreath crown high over her head and her left hand clutching the remains of broken chains.
The reverse face of 2019 1 oz Reverse Proof Gold Mexican Libertad Coins includes the image of Mexico’s coat of arms. The modern coat of arms is found in the center with a Mexican golden eagle in the center battling a serpent on the arm of a cactus. The seal is surrounded by a wreath along the bottom and the inscription “Estados Unidos Mexicanos” above. Around the design field’s outer edge, 10 historical versions of the same seal are featured.
Founded in 1535, the Mexican Mint is the oldest operating mint facility in North America. The mint was founded by Spanish conquistadors and today is the sovereign mint of Mexico. It is overseen by Banco de Mexico and the federal government of Mexico.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Silver.com. Our customer service team is available at 888-989-7223, online using our live chat, and via our email address.