Product Details: 2023 5 oz Silver Mexican Libertad – BU
The 2023 release continues the adored Libertad series, which commenced in 1982. 5 oz Silver Libertads are known for their limited mintages, and their premiums tend to appreciate rapidly, enhancing their desirability among collectors.
- Contains 5 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Individual coins are encased in protective capsules. Orders of five or more may be packaged in mint tubes.
- Obverse: Showcases a meticulously crafted relief design of the national shield, encircled by the inscription “Estados Unidos Mexicanos” (United Mexican States), surrounded by various national coats of arms that have been employed throughout Mexico’s rich history.
- Reverse: Depicts two significant symbols of the Mexican people: the prominent Winged Victory statue in the foreground and the Mexican volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl in the background.
- Backed by the assurance of Banco de México.
Enhance the safeguarding of your 5 oz Silver Libertad by including a five-coin tube with your order.
Silver Libertad coins have achieved global popularity due to their restricted mintages and exquisite design. The 5 oz Silver Libertads, with their lower production quantities compared to their 1 oz Silver counterparts, offer even greater potential for collectibility. Secure this 2023 5 oz Silver Mexican Libertad coin by adding it to your cart today!
Mexican Silver Libertads The Brilliant Uncirculated 5 oz Silver Libertad coin was initially introduced in 1996 and has been minted annually since its debut. These coins are crafted at La Casa de Moneda de México, the oldest mint in North America. Each year’s release features varying mintages, typically significantly lower than other bullion coins, further enhancing the appeal of the Libertad series. The 5 oz Silver Libertad is a favored choice for collectors seeking a larger version of the popular 1 oz coin. The obverse of the coin showcases Mexico’s historical coat of arms, while the reverse narrates the legend of two star-crossed lovers, Princess Iztaccíhuatl and Warrior Popocatépetl, who were transformed into volcanoes by the Aztec deities to unite them for eternity.