|Mint Mark:||Mo-Mexico City|
|Actual Metal Weight:||1 ozt|
|Face Value:||1 Onza|
|Mint:||Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint)|
|Series:||Mexican Silver Libertad|
Struck at the world-renowned Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint) is this 2010 1 oz Silver Libertad. As the official bullion coin of Mexico, these coins are struck from 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver and have a face value of 1 Onza. This coin is popular among collectors due to its lower mintage than the Silver Eagle or Canadian Maple and its beautiful design.
Located on the coin's obverse is the Winged Angel statue, that is currently located in Mexico City. The image on the coin also shows the two mountains Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl in the background. Around the top rim of the coin, "1 ONZA PLATA PUR 2010 LEY .999" is struck.
The reverse features the past Mexican coat of arms with the present national emblem in the center. It shows an eagle standing on a cactus holding a snake in its beak. Around the top half of the coat of arms, the name of the issuing country reads "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS."
Bear in mind that these coins, as shown in the stock images, have surface abrasions. This does not impact the value of their underlying silver content at all, however. Pick up this beautiful 2010 Mexico 1 oz Silver Libertad today! You can place order it online or over the phone at Gainesville Coins to add this coin to your collection or even to give as a gift.