Why order this Mexican 2017-Mo 5 oz. Silver Libertad?
Discerning collectors are sure to love this 2017-Mo Mexican Silver 5 oz Libertad, which is the latest edition in a series that is a collector favorite every year. The coin is a great choice for those looking for a larger piece with these highly acclaimed designs. Issued by Banco de Mexico, this coin was struck from .999 fine silver at Casa de Moneda de Mexico and bears that Mint's famous "Mo" Mint mark.
Traditional Winged Victoria design
The coin's obverse is more elaborate than that of most other pieces. It features eleven separate designs with the coat of arms of Mexico at the center. That coat of arms consists of a Mexican golden eagle consuming a rattle snake. "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS" arches over that image. Along the rim are ten unique designs, each of which represents one of Mexico's provinces.
The Mexican angel of independence, known as Winged Victoria, stands at the center of the obverse. The design comes from a statue that symbolizes Mexico's break from Spain and stands in Mexico City. The angel holds a laurel wreath and a broken chain. In the distance are two Mexican volcanoes, Popocatepetl and Iztaccuhuati. The names are taken from lovers in ancient tales that date back to before Columbus's discovery of the New World. Arching over the image is a set of inscriptions that offer essential information about the coin, reading, "5 ONZAS PLATA PURA 2017 LEY .999."
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|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Display Weight:||5 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||155.5162 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||5 oz|
Gold and silver Libertad coins have quickly gained popularity among stackers and collectors around the globe. What's the big deal? This article will teach you everything you need to know about the coin that is sure to be competing with the American Silver Eagle and the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf.