Mexican Libertad coins from the Mexican Mint bear beautiful national symbols revered by the Mexican people. Winged Victory is inspired by the Roman goddess Victoria and features on the obverse, while the nations coat of arms is depicted on the reverse of the coins. Proof Mexican Libertad Gold Coins have the lowest mintages in the series and are securely packaged in capsules.
- Arrives with a protective plastic capsule!
- 15th release of the Proof Mexican Gold Libertad 1/4 oz gold coin!
- Limited availability!
- Contains 1/4 Troy oz of .999 pure gold.
- On the obverse side of the coin is Winged Victory with the mountains of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl in the distance.
- The reverse face features the Mexican coat of arms.
Your purchase of 2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coins in this listing comes with a protective plastic capsule to house the coin. Each one has frosted elements overlaying a mirrored background field. These two factors combine to create visual contrast between the elements of the coins design and the surface area of the coin.
For the obverse side of 2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coins, the Mexican Mint features a number of designs. The primary image is that of Winged Victory atop the Mexican Independence Victory Column in the center of Mexico City. In the distance, the mountain peaks of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl rise toward the sky. Both mountains remain active volcanoes, with observed volcanic activity at Popocatepetl recorded at least 47 times in human history, including a long active streak from June 3 to July 20, 2019.
The reverse face of 2019 Proof Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coins includes the Mexican coat of arms. This is the modern version of the seal and includes a Mexican golden eagle battling a serpent on the arm of a cactus. Estados Unidos Mexicanos is inscribed above with a wreath featured below.
Proof Mexican Libertad 1/4 oz Gold Coins were first issued in 2004, breaking a 14-year hiatus in the issuance of Proof Mexican Libertad Gold Coins. The coins were issued from 2004 to 2011, not in 2012, and again from 2013 to present. The highest recorded mintage was 2,600 coins in 2005 with the lowest coming in 2020 when just 250 coins were sold.