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1oz Mexican Libertad NGC MS 66 Silver Coin – 1985

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This historic silver coin from the Mexico City Mint comes NGC encapsulated to forever enjoy the beauty of the Winged Victoria of the Angel of Independence.

The Winged Victoria stands in front of two iconic Mexican volcanoes, Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, while the obverse’s coat of arms intricately details various symbols found in Mexico’s wilderness.

For those who are proud of their Mexican heritage or those who cherish the beauty and investment potential of one of the world’s greatest coins, this Libertad coin must be yours.

Reverse: Symbolizing freedom, the Winged Victoria holds a wreath and a chain in her hands with Mexico’s famed volcanoes as her backdrop. Around her reads the silver content.

Obverse: This highly detailed Mexican Coat of Arms, which includes an eagle perched on a cactus biting on a snake, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil. The words above this scene read “Estados Unidos Mexicanos” (United Mexican States).

Specifications

Weight

Purity

.999

Grade

Brilliant Uncirculated

Condition

New

Mints

Diameter (mm)

40

Thickness (mm)

3

Obverse Symbolizing freedom. The obverse features the Winged Victoria holding a wreath and a chain in her hands.
Reverse The reverse displays the Mexican Coat of Arms, which shows an eagle perched on top of a cactus, holding a snake in its mouth, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil.

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About the Manufacturer

Mexico City Mint

La Casa de Moneda de México, also known as the Mexican Mint, is the national mint of Mexico with production facilities in San Luis Potosí. The Mexican Mint produces coinage for the Bank of Mexico and has done so for decades. Its history reaches as far back as 1535 and as such is highly prized among collectors and investors seeking precious metals that bear the Mexican Mint’s iconic logo.

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