First released in 1982, the one-ounce 2021 Mexican Libertad Silver Coin has a slightly different design and .999 pure silver
The obverse includes a relief of Mexico’s Coat of arms designed with an eagle eating a snake. This motif is surrounded by iterations of Mexico’s historical coats of arms. The reverse has the country’s famed Angel of Independence, which stands proudly in Mexico City, overlooking the rolling landscape of Mexico with the country’s two most famous volcanoes in the background: Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl. This side of the coin also includes the item’s weight, purity, date and metal content.
This coin was minted by Mexico’s renowned and well-established Casa de Moneda de México, the oldest mint in North America. It has minted bullion for more than 400 years and has a reputation around the world for quality designs and precise measurements.