Discover the 2023 Libertad Mintage Numbers

  • The Mexican 100-peso coin, the "Moneda de Oro" (Monetary Gold Coin) colloquially known in English as the "Peso," is Mexico's most widely circulated coin.
  • The Banco de México (Banxico) announced on Aug. 13 that the current mintage of the Mexican Gold Libertad coin is at 1.3 million.
  • This number is up from the 1 million mintage in 2018.

The Mexican Libertad is one of Mexico's most beloved coins, and 2023 will be a significant year for the Libertad's numismatic history, as it will be the first time the Libertad is minted in 1 oz., 1/2 oz., and 1/4 oz. gold, with 1/10 oz. silver to follow in 2024. The Libertad's 2019 mintage numbers were publicly announced on Aug. 13 by Banco de México (Banxico), Mexico's central bank.



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What Is the 2023 Libertad Mintage Schedule?

The Libertad's 2023 bullion and proof coin mintage numbers are as follows.
Bullion Coin Mintage: 400,000

Bullion Coin Composition: 1 troy ounce .999 fine silver

Proof Coin Mintage: 100,000

Proof Coin Composition: 1 troy ounce .999 fine silver

Proof Coin Mintage Dates: August and September 2023

Libertad bullion coins are minted at the Casa de Moneda de Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico. The proof versions are minted at the Casa de Moneda de Mexico's subsidiary Casa de Moneda de Plata in Bogotá, Colombia.

Understanding the 2023 Libertad Mintage Schedule

The Libertad coin is a bullion coin that is produced annually by Mexico's Casa de Moneda de México (Casa de Moneda de Mexico, or "Mexican Mint"). The coin's obverse and reverse sides depict a standing winged figure known as the Angel of Independence, which was commissioned in 1910 to commemorate the country's independence.
The coin was first minted in 1982, and since 1995, it has been minted annually with some exceptions. In 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1995, 1996, 2010, 2011, and 2014, the coin was not minted due to a lack of demand. In 2003 and 2009, the coin was minted only as a proof coin. In 2006, it was minted as a silver bullion coin with a limited mintage. In 2003, the Libertad was the first coin to be minted with a laser-engraved design on the coin's surface.
Since 2013, the Libertad has been minted in 1-ounce, 1⁄2-ounce, 1⁄4-ounce, 1/10-ounce, and 1/20-ounce sizes, with 1-ounce and 1⁄2-ounce coins being the most common.
The Libertad's design has not changed since 1982, making it one of the most recognizable and beloved bullion coins in the world. The coin's design has also remained unchanged since 1995.
The Libertad Mintage Schedule

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2013

2013 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 98,155

2013 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 3,357

2013 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 7,000

2014

2014 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 6,000

2014 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 3,000

2014 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2015

2015 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 5,000

2015 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 2,500

2015 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2016

2016 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 5,000

2016 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 2,500

2016 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2017

2017 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 5,000

2017 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 2,500

2017 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2018

2018 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 5,000

2018 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 2,500

2018 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2019

2019 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 5,000

2019 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 2,500

2019 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2020

2020 Libertad Proof 1 oz. Silver Coin - 5,000

2020 Libertad Proof Silver Coin - 2,500

2020 Libertad 1 oz. Silver Coin - 1,000,000

2021



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2015

The 2015 Libertad coin had a total of 31,694,300 coins minted.

2016
The Libertad coin minted in 2016 had 31,694,300 coins minted.

2017
The total mintage of the Libertad coin minted in 2017 was 30,678,700 coins.

2018
The Libertad coin minted in 2018 had 31,354,900 coins minted.

2017

In 2017, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads, each with an "S" mint mark.
2018
In 2018, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads, each with "S" mint mark.
2019
In 2019, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads, each with "S" mint mark.
2020
In 2020, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads.
2021
In 2021, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads.
2022
In 2022, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads.
2023
In 2023, the Mexican Mint produced 50,000 Libertads.

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2018

The 2018 Libertad has a maximum mintage of 2,000,000 coins.
2019
The 2019 Libertad has a maximum mintage of 1,000,000 coins.
2020
The 2020 Libertad has a maximum mintage of 1,000,000 coins.
2021
The 2021 Libertad has a maximum mintage of 2,000,000 coins.



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The Bottom Line

The Libertads are minted at the Casa de Moneda de Mexico in Mexico City. The Libertads were first minted in 1982, although the first pre-Columbian gold coin minted in Mexico was minted in 1535.
The Libertads also serve as legal tender in Mexico. Their face value is 50 pesos, although you can buy them today for $1,250.