Mexican LIBERTAD 1 OZ SILVER Coin About BU VALUE ~NoRes
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Exquisite Mexican Libertad
1 OZ SILVER COIN
Starting near its BULLION VALUE.
- No Reserve -
the "Coat of Arms of Mexico."
This features the enduring icon of Mexico.
It appears to be an eagle vanquishing a snake.
The front (what I would consider the front)
shows a winged Victoria with volcanoes
in the background.
"Plata Pura" sounds like "Pure Silver."
It's almost pure -- "Ley .999" means that
.001 of the 1 ozt (onza) is something else.
The stats are as follows:
1 ozt (troy ounce),
about 36 mm in diameter.
I'm starting this auction at near
the bullion price -- $45.00.
(Or $55, Buys it now before the first bid.) Wiki provides production numbers on these coins. It states there that in 1983 the "1 ozt" Silver bullion coins (with "Millesimal fineness" .999) were produced in "Brilliant Uncirculated" condition, and that just over a million were struck that year (1983). So they may not be particularly rare. Hundreds ... read more