2014 Mexican Silver Libertad
2014 Mexican Uncirculated Silver Libertad
These gorgeous silver coins are very popular due to their elegant design which features the "Independence Angel" which is a well known historic monument in Mexico City. The reverse of the coin features the current Mexican National Coat of Arms with an eagle atop a cactus, clutching a serpent, surrounded by historical Mexican National Coats of Arms.
Each coin is 40 mm in diameter and contains "1 onza plata pura ley .999" which translates to "one ounce pure silver 0.999 fine". The 2014 issue has been the most delayed release (August 2014) in the history of the series. For this reason, the annual mintage may be lower than normal with good upside potential if the mintage stays historically low. Available while supplies last.
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