2021 1 Oz Mexican Gold Libertad Coin

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The 2021 1 oz Mexican Gold Libertad Coin is what you get when you have a mint with almost five centuries of experience, add a beautiful design and strike a coin in .999 fine gold. The result is perfection. Adding to their attractiveness is how scarce they are. The Mexican Mint limits the mintage of these coins to a very few thousand. 

 

Key features:

  • 32nd Year of the Mexican Gold Libertad 
  • Made of 1 Troy oz of .999 pure gold 
  • Obverse of the coin has Winged Liberty
  • The reverse has Mexico’s Coat of Arms
  • Backed by the Banco de México

 

The obverse of the coin features the image of Victory, the winged woman who’s sculpture sits atop the Mexican Independence Victory column in Mexico City. In her right hand she holds a wreath and has broken chains in the other. Behind her are the Sierra Madre mountains. Above the image is ‘1 oz Oro Puro 2021 LEY .999’ 

 

The coin’s reverse has Mexico’s Coat of Arms. The modern version of the coat of arms is in the middle with different renditions throughout history all around it. The story behind the Coat of Arms traces back to the founding of the area now known as Mexico City. The Aztecs saw a golden eagle eating a rattlesnake and built the city at that site. The modern rendition is in high relief and you can make out every detail of the battle like the eagle’s claw and beak holding the snake. The snake almost looks like he has a panicked look on its face. Below this battle are cacti. Arched above the battle scene is ‘Estados Unidos Mexicanos. 

 

La Casa de Moneda de Mexico is the oldest mint in North America. It was founded in 1535. This mint, located in Mexico City, produces the money for Mexico and mints fine bullion coins of different precious metals. The Gold Libertad Coin dates back to 1981 when it was first introduced. They quickly became very popular for their quality and beauty. The makes a limited amount of these coins each year and this makes them highly desirable to collectors as past dates are hard to find. 

 

With their beauty, quality and limited mintage, these coins will go fast. Don’t miss out. Get yours today. 

Date

2021

Mint

Casa de Moneda de Mexico

Precious Metal

Gold

Series

Mexican Libertad

Mintage

1,100

Metal Content

1 Troy Ounce

Purity

.999 Fine

Denomination

1 Onza

Condition

BU (Brilliant Uncirculated)

Diameter

34.5 mm

Thickness

2.1 mm

Edge

Reeded

IRA Eligible

Yes

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