The most popular silver coin for sale in the Mexican Libertad Series is the 1 oz weight. Whether you’re looking at the BU or Proof version of the coin, the 1 oz silver option is the one that has been available the longest and has the highest annual mintages. Today, 2021 1 oz Proof Silver Mexican Libertads are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of individual plastic capsules!
- 36th year of release in the 1 oz Proof Silver Mexican Libertads!
- Available mintages are limited!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The obverse features the Mexican coat of arms.
- On the reverse is the statue of Winged victory.
- Proof visuals!
Proof Mexican Libertads are available in the same eight weights as the BU Mexican Libertad. The coins were introduced in 1983 with the 1 oz weight and expanded for the first time in 1992 with the addition of 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/20 oz silver coins. In 1996, the series again expanded with the introduction of 2 oz and 5 oz silver coins. The 2002 release year brought with it the final option in the series, a 1 Kilo Proof Silver Libertad.
All of the 2021 1 oz Proof Silver Mexican Libertads available in this product listing at Silver.com come with individual plastic capsules. The proof coins in the Silver Libertad Series come with frosted visuals on the design elements that stand out from the mirrored, clear background fields.
The obverse side of 2021 Proof Silver Libertads comes with the national coat of arms for Mexico. The coat of arms includes a Mexican golden eagle on its perch on a prickly pear cactus with a snake in its beak and talons. The nation of issue is inscribed above the eagle’s head with an oak-and-laurel wreath below the eagle and cactus. Around the edge of the design field, there are 10 historic versions of the Mexican coat of arms. The most important of those is the eagle from the Codex Mendoza, a design located at the 12-o’clock position in the rim.
On the reverse field of 2021 1 oz Proof Silver Mexican Libertads is a depiction of Winged Victory. The figure of Winged Victory is based on Roman and Greek interpretations of the goddess of victory. Her figure is shown with wings on her back and a wreath in one hand symbolizing victory. In the Mexican depiction, she is shown with broken chains in the other hand, a symbol of Mexican independence from Spain.
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