The Mexican Mint issues some of the lowest-minted bullion coins in the world. Though its Mexican Libertad coins are popular with investors, both the silver and gold bullion versions of the coin have mintage figures you are more likely to find in proof and commemorative collections. One example of those low mintages is the 1/4 oz gold bullion coin. Today, you have the chance to buy 2020 Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coins online at Provident Metals.
Mexican Libertad Gold Coins are based directly on the 50 peso gold Centenario coin. The Centenario was introduced by the Mexican Mint back in 1921 to mark the 100th anniversary of the nations independence from Spain. That coin had an image of Winged Victory on its obverse with the Mexican coat of arms on its reverse. The Centenario was regularly issued from 1921 to 1931 and restarted in 1943. From 1949 to its conclusion in 1972, it was struck with a commemorative 1947 date mark.
The obverse field of the 2020 Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coin includes the statue of the Angel of Independence. The statue of Winged Victory, as seen here, is based on the one found at the top of the Mexican Independence Victory Column in Mexico City. The statue itself was made in 1910 to mark the centennial of the start of Mexicos struggle for freedom, while the column was built in 1921 to mark the centennial of the nations successful war for independence. In the distant background field, you can see the mountains of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.
On the reverse side of each 2020 Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coin is the modern depiction of the coat of arms for Mexico. The emblem depicts a Mexican golden eagle as a symbol of the nation and its people battling against a serpent, representative of Spain. The eagle battles the serpent on a prickly pear cactus with a wreath and the words Estados Unidos Mexicanos above.
When the Mexican Libertad coins were introduced in 1981 in gold and 1982 in silver, the Mexican Mint revived the exact designs from the gold Centenario. The only exception to the design at that time was the lack of a face value. Libertads have no assigned face value, whereas the Centenario has a face value of 50 pesos.
2020 Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coins are available to you with an individual protective plastic flip. The coins come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
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