The 2022 Silver Libertad will be Mexico's 41st annual silver Libertad release. The collectibility of the Silver Libertad series is enhanced by the fact that mintages fluctuate from year to year, with some years having substantially smaller mintages than others.
One of the earliest silver bullion coin series, the Mexican silver Libertad Coin was introduced in 1982. Over the course of its four decades of production, this series has expanded to provide investors a wide variety of options.
The image of Winged Victory, a famous statue, graces the reverse of 2022 1 oz Silver Libertad Coins.
A similar statue, Winged Victory, was carved in 1910 and installed atop Mexico's Independence Column in 1921, serving as inspiration for this design. In her right hand, she proudly displays a laurel wreath; in her left, she tightly grasps a broken chain.
The Mexican coat of arms is featured on the obverse of 2022 silver Libertad coins. Left-profile relief of a golden eagle using its beak and talons to fight a serpent; this is the Mexican coat of arms.
A prickly pear cactus serves as ground cover, and the offending country is depicted above. The ten different versions of the national seal throughout history are also included in the design pool.