Collectors who buy silver from the Mexican Mint have a variety of options to choose from in the Silver Libertad Series. This robust and beautiful series includes a proof coin with various weights, a reverse proof coin with three weights, and a proof-like coin with one weight available. As of 2018, there is now an antique version of the Silver Libertad. Right now, 2019 5 oz Antique Silver Mexican Libertad Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of an individual protective plastic capsule!
- Second coin available in the 5 oz Antique Silver Libertad Series!
- Mintage limited to 1,000 silver coins only!
- Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- On the obverse is an image of Winged Victory.
- The reverse includes the Mexican coat of arms.
- Antique polish applied!
Each 2019 5 oz Antique Silver Mexican Libertad Coin in this product listing comes to you with an individual protective plastic capsule from the Mexican Mint. The coins feature an antique polish that replicates the look of age on a product that is newly struck at the Mexican Mint. Antique Silver Libertads are available in three weights, with these 5 oz coins representing the largest option.
The Mexican Mint introduced two new collectible options for the Mexican Libertad coins in 2018. The gold series of coins gained a 1/2 oz and 1 oz reverse proof coin for the first time, something the silver series gained in 2015 and expanded on in 2017. The Antique Silver Libertad was the 2018 introduction for silver in the series with 1 oz, 2 oz, and 5 oz coins.
On the obverse face of 2019 5 oz Antique Silver Mexican Libertad Coins, you will find the image of Winged Victory. A symbol of freedom and victory to the Mexican people since the 1820s, Winged Victory appeared on the gold Centenario starting in 1921 and was erected atop the Mexican Independence Victory Column in Mexico City in that same year.
The reverse side of 2019 Antique Silver Mexican Libertad Coins features the modern coat of arms for Mexico. The center of the design field includes the modern version of the national seal with a golden eagle battling a serpent on the arm of a cactus. Around the design rim, you will notice 10 different historical versions of this same seal.
The Mexican Mint was founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1535. Originally created to refine gold and silver for transport back to Spain, the mint evolved to produce coinage for Spanish colonies in the Western Hemisphere and eventually became the sovereign mint of independent Mexico.
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