Mexican Gold Libertad Design
The obverse of the Mexican gold Libertad features a winged Victoria, Roman goddess of victory, in front of a landscape with the volcanoes Popocatépetl and Iztaccihuatl. The goddess, also known as the Angel of Independence is a representation of the statue above the Monument to Independence, a victory column in downtown Mexico City.
The reverse of the coin features the current Mexican Coat of Arms in the center. This has always been an important part of Mexican politics and culture. It is surrounded by ten historical versions of the Coat of Arms that had been in use since Mexico declared independence in 1821.
Mexican Gold Libertad Specifications
These coins are sold in one-twentieth ounce, one-tenth ounce, one-quarter ounce, one-half ounce and one troy ounce. They are issued without a face value.