Get the beautiful 2016 Mexico 1 oz. Silver Libertad coins in Brilliant Uncirculated condition! Each silver bullion coin is minted in one ounce of 99.9% pure silver at the prestigious Mexico City Mint – which has endured as the oldest permanent mint in the Western Hemisphere.
The obverse of the coin portrays Mexico’s national emblem, the eagle within a cactus wreath and surrounded by ten other eagle designs. The reverse depicts the elegant Angel of Independence – an artistic tribute to Mexico’s long struggle for independence from Spain during the early 1800s. The revered statue stands atop a 118-foot column in downtown Mexico City.
Two famous Mexican volcanoes, Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl, are seen in the background of the design – while inscriptions along the upper rim attest to the weight and content of this 1 oz. silver coin. The popular design has graced Mexico’s Silver Libertads since 1996, and has made these coins worldwide favorites. Don’t miss out on the latest 2016 issue of the Mexico Silver Libertads in magnificent Brilliant Uncirculated condition!
- Year: 2016