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This is the rarest of the Mexican Libertad coins. It had the lowest mintage ever, with a total number of only 67,000 coins minted!
Each of these 1998 Libertads contain 1 troy ounce 99.9% pure SILVER!
Orders of 20 or more arrive in tubes.
Lift your investments on the wings of victory with the 1998 Mexican Silver Libertad, Mexico’s official one ounce bullion coin.
Composed of .999 pure silver, the Libertad is a classic investment coin that is a great way to diversify your investments.
The reverse features the winged statue of Victoria, goddess of victory, on top of the Mexican Independence Victory Column. In the background are Popcatepetl and Iztaccihuatl, the pair of volcanoes southeast of Mexico City. The upper rim reads 1 ONZA PLATA PURA 1998 LEY .999, which translates to “1 ounce pure silver 1998 .999 pure.”
The obverse shows the Mexican coat of arms: a golden eagle perched on a cactus, eating a writhing snake. The words ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS ring the scene. It is surrounded by 10 historical coats of arms, the eagle in different designs and motifs.
The Mexican Independence Victory Column — on which the design of the reverse is based — is located in downtown Mexico City. It commemorates the centennial of Mexico’s War of Independence. The column features a shining golden statue of the goddess of victory holding a laurel crown and broken chain, symbolizing victory and freedom.
The lower portion of the column is just as significant, with four bronze statues symbolizing Law, War, Justice and Peace. An inscription reads “The Nation to the Heroes of Independence” in Spanish.
The column itself is made of steel covered in quarried stone, decorated with garlands, palms and rings inscribed with the names of Mexican Independence heroes. The interior of the column holds a 200-step staircase that leads to a view above the Mexican capital.
Bring the winged victory home when you order the 1998 Mexican Silver Libertad, available through Provident Metals’ secure online purchasing system.
|Availability||Out of Stock|
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|