2022 Mexico 2 oz Silver Libertad MS-70 NGC (Early Release) - SKU#257175. Photos in this listing may or may not be stock photos. The photos are meant to be an indication of the product you will receive.Encapsulated by NGC, grading the coin a perfect MS-70 Early Release, and housed with our exclusive coat of arms label. Obverse: Sculptural relief of the national shield encompassed by the legend Estados Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States), surrounded by different national coats of arms used throughout Mexico's history. Reverse: Depicts two key symbols of the Mexican people: the Winged Victory statue in the forefront and the Mexican volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl in the background.
Guaranteed by Banco de México. Protect your product from fingerprints by adding these cotton gloves. Rapidly gaining popularity, this uniquely sized Silver Libertad coin carries on the rich and proud tradition of the beloved Libertad series that began in 1982. Add this 2022 2 oz Silver Mexican Libertad graded MS-70 NGC Early Release coin to your cart today!
2 oz Silver Libertads The Silver Libertad was released in a 2 oz Brilliant Uncirculated version for the first time in 1996. These coins tend to have much lower mintages than their 1 oz counterparts, adding to the collectibility of the series.These 2 oz Libertad coins in. 999 fine Silver feature the coat of arms of Mexico on the obverse, surrounded by the historical Mexican coat of arms. The reverse features the two volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, which have a legendary love story tied to them.
Add further collectibility to the BU coins, as there is a limited quantity available in this perfect MS-70 grade, authenticated by NGC, one of the top grading services in the industry. The coins are individually encapsulated in a NGC holder, guaranteeing the Mint State-70 grade of the Silver Libertad coin. Mexican Mint The Libertads are produced at La Casa de Moneda de Mexico (Mexican Mint), the oldest mint in North America. It is also the national mint of Mexico, first established in 1535.
Is Mexico's central bank, and is the Mexican Mint's largest client, producing circulating coinage and currency for the country, as well as Precious Metal coins. The Mexican Mint is located in Mexico City. This is not a photo of the actual item. 1,359 Item as described. Rec'd item, looking forward to doing business with again.