Why Purchase This BU 2022-MO Mexico 1/20 oz Gold Libertad Coin?
Like numerous other countries, Mexico also offers an annual bullion coin. The Gold Libertad series began in 1981, one year before the introduction of the Silver Libertad. These coins are known for their designs and for how often they have much lower mintage figures than other modern bullion coins. What makes the Gold Libertad even more intriguing is that these are struck at the Mexico City Mint. The history of the Mexico City Mint goes back to the 1500s, it’s the oldest Mint in North America.
- The Mexico City Mint struck this Gold Libertad for 2022.
- This bullion issue weighs 1/20 Troy oz and is made of .999 fine gold.
- This coin has a brilliant uncirculated finish.
Stunning Mexican Icons
Obverse: The only inscription on this side of the coin states the country of issue. Unlike the larger Gold Libertad coins, this fractional coin only displays the current version of Mexico’s coat of arms.
Reverse: The mint mark is located on this side of the coin. The inscriptions here state the gold weight, purity, and date. This highly detailed design includes a statue of Winged Victory and two volcanoes that can be found in Mexico.
1/20 oz BU Gold Libertad
This is the smallest size of Gold Libertad offered, 1/20 Troy oz. The coin on this page has a brilliant uncirculated finish.