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Both versions of the Mexican Libertad Silver coin from the Mexican Mint have shown greater stability over time than the gold counterparts. The silver bullion version was introduced in 1982 and has been issued every year since that time. Meanwhile, the proof collectible Mexican Libertad Silver Coin boasts regular issues dating all the way back to 1986 with only two periods of disruption. Today is your chance to get the 2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/10 oz Silver Coin online from Provident Metals with a protective capsule.
Proof Mexican Libertad Silver Coins followed a similar introduction path to the bullion version. While the latter debuted in 1982, the proof coins debuted one year later in 1983. No Proof Mexican Libertad Silver Coins were issued in 1984 and 1985, but the program expanded to include fractional-ounce, 2 oz, and 5 oz coins in the same years as the silver bullion coins.
2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/10 oz Silver Coins feature intricate details on the obverse face. The prominent feature is the statue of Winged Victory in the center of the design field. This is a replica of the statue that stands atop the Mexican Independence Victory Column in Mexico City. The background field features two mountain peaks, but these arent just randomly designed mountains.
Popocatepetl is featured to the right of the design field with Iztaccihuatl to the left in the background. These peaks have names given by the Aztecs. Iztaccihuatl translates as white woman because of the resemblance of the mountains four peaks as the head, chest, knees, and feet of a woman lying down. Popocatepetl translates as smoking mountain. Ancient Aztec lore suggests the names are associated with a pair of lovers separated by war, with the womans death preceding the mans as she believed he had died in battle, when really he was still alive. Both are said to have died from heartbreak.
For the reverse of 2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/10 oz Silver Coins, the Mexican Mint uses the official seal of Mexico. The coat of arms includes a golden eagle battling a serpent on a cactus arm with a wreath below and an inscription of Estados Unidos Mexicanos above.
Proof Mexican Libertad 1/10 oz Silver Coins were not introduced by the mint until 1992. The only year in which it has not been struck since that time was 2012 when only the 1 oz proof coin was struck.
2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/10 oz Silver Coins in this listing come only with a protective plastic capsule. Please feel free to ask questions of our customer service team when ordering. You can reach Provident Metals at 800-313-3315, chat with us live online, or email us directly.
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