The 1993 1 oz Mexican Silver Libertad is part of the most recognizable and sought-after series of coins, the Silver Libertads. This 1 troy ounce coin is 99.9% fine silver. Each coin is 36 mm in diameter and 4 mm thick.
The reverse of the coin features the Mexican Coat of Arms, which is an eagle perched on a cactus and eating a snake. The coin has a block pattern around the rim. The country "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" along with a half wreath encircle the eagle. The obverse of the coin is a portrait of the Angel of Independence, also known as Winged Victory. This representation holds a wreath above her head with her right hand and holds a broken chain in her left hand. Behind her are the two volcanoes, Iztaccihautl and Popocatépet. The same block pattern rims the top half of the coin. The denomination "1 ONZA" is to Winged Victory's left. To her right is the phrase "Plata Pura" and the mint mark. Below her is the year "1993" and "MEXICO LEY .999."
The 1993 1 oz Mexican Silver Libertad was minted by Casa de Moneda de Mexico, the House of Money. This mint is the oldest working mint in the western hemisphere, having been established by Spaniards in 1535.