Libertad - Mexico 1 oz gold coin
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As the successor to the popular and well-known 50 peso coin, the Mexican Libertad enjoys great popularity among gold investors. First minted in 1981, the Mexican Libertad is, along with the South African Krugerrand and the Canadian Maple Leaf, one of the oldest gold coins since the introduction of a uniform standard for bullion coins.
As with the classic Krugerrand, the Mexican Libertad carries no face value; purity, fineness and material alone are shown on this precious gold coin. Nevertheless, it is considered official currency in Mexico, with the current gold value corresponding to the face value.
It owes its name to the imprinted goddess of liberty "Libertad", which adorns the motif side of the coin as a winged figure.
The reverse of the coin shows the official coat of arms of Mexico with an eagle and a snake.
Due to the low mintage figures, this coin is suitable both as an investment and as a collector coin, because it is one of the rarest gold coins in the world.
Investment gold is exempt from tax under § 25c UStG.
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