Mexican Gold Libertads
Gold Libertads were first struck in 1 oz Gold in a BU finish in 1981. The design on the coins minted in 1981 and 1991-1994 drew inspiration from the historical Centenario coin that honored the centennial anniversary of Mexico’s independence from Spain. In 2000, the Gold Libertad’s artwork was updated to depict the historic coat of arms to encompass Mexico’s current coat of arms. The Gold Libertads are known for their low bullion coin mintages, which makes it difficult to find backdated coins and adds to their collectibility.
La Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint) is the oldest mint in North America. Additionally, it is also Mexico’s national mint and was first established in 1535. The Bank of Mexico is Mexico’s central bank and is the mint’s most prominent client, producing the country’s circulating coinage and currency as well as Precious Metal coins. The mint can be found in Mexico City.
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