|Actual Metal Weight:||1 ozt|
|Face Value:||1 Onza|
|Mint:||Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)|
|Series:||Libertad (Type 3)|
These 2010 1 oz Mexican Silver Libertad coins were struck from .999 fine silver by the National Mint of Mexico, known in Spanish as La Casa de Moneda de Mexico. They have a diameter of 40mm and are 3mm thick. The coins are Mexican legal tender and have a face value of 1 onza.
The obverse features the winged Victoria of Mexican Independence holding a laurel wreath in one hand. Behind her are the famous twin volcanoes of Popocatépetl and Iztaccihuatl, signifying the lost lovers of Mexican folklore. Also inscribed on this side of the coin is the Mexican mint mark, denomination, weight, and purity. The reverse shows the Mexican Coat of Arms, which features an eagle resting atop a cactus and grasping a living snake in its mouth. Surrounding this is a ring of ten other Mexican Coats of Arms, as well as the legend "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS."
Established by Spain in 1535, the National Mint of Mexico is the oldest mint in the western hemisphere. The Mexican Silver Libertad was first minted in 1982 and incorporated fractional sizes into the series beginning in 1991. Add this magnificent 2010 1 oz Mexican Silver Libertad to your collection today! You can securely by gold and silver on our website 24/7 or call us during regular business hours at (813) 482-9300 to speak with one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives.