In 2010 the Mexican Mint released Libertad Angel Silver Coin struck in solid fine .999 Silver weighing one ounce of pure Silver.
The reverse is the stunning Independence Angel the symbol of Mexico City and stands in front of the Iztacc'huatl and Popocat'ptl volcanoes.
The obverse features an eagle battling a snake (Mexico's national coat of arms), which is surrounded by a wreath and the words "ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS". Encircling the center are ten eagle designs that have been used as National Emblems through the centuries, including one depicted in the 16th century Mendocino Codex
fineness and amount of silver, the date, and the name of the issuing country ('MEXICO').
Issuing Country: Mexico
Metal: Solid Fine .999 Silver
Weight: 31.10 Grams
Quality: Silver Bullion
Issue Limit: 1,000,000 Worldwide
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