The Libertad XL
The Libertad XL
The Libertad XL
The Libertad XL
The Libertad XL
The Libertad XL

The Libertad XL

Regular price $2,549.00 Sale price $2,249.00

  • Dimensions: H 21cm x W 13cm x L 11cm
  • Contains 30+ troy ounces of silver
  • Weighs 1008+ grams
  • Limited to 100 casts
  • Features a laser-etched serial number & purity
  • Includes a Certificate of Authenticity

**HANDCRAFTED - Please allow 8-10 weeks for production before shipment!

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Sadly, due to whacky shipping costs & unpredictable transit times, we have suspended sales to international fans. We're as bummed as you are.

If you really cannot live without this acquisition, please get in contact with us. We'll need you to be brave enough to deal with the crooks in your customs office, and patient enough to wait possibly indefinitely, and wealthy enough to pay the actual shipping costs; if all this is true, we'll be happy to serve you.

If you're receiving your collectible outside of the USA, we'll ship from our workshop via UPS, FedEx or DHL. We will include an official customs invoice marked with the metal value, using harmonized tariff code 83062900. Please remember that you are responsible for any duty or tax levied by your country, if applicable. If there's a specific procedure to expedite the delivery process, please notify us immediately, and we will do our very best to accommodate.

As the third statue in the Coins of the World solid silver statue collection, The Libertad commemorates Mexico's Libertad coin.

THE FIGHT FOR LIBERTAD It was September 16th, 1810 when Catholic Priest, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla launched the Mexican War Of Independence. Known as ‘The Father Of Mexico’, Miguel successfully called upon the town of Delores to rise up against the tyranny of Spanish-Euro occupiers. Sadly, he was to lose his life before victory was realized. But a century later, Monumento a la Indepencia was built to commemorate the start of his war.

INTRODUCING THE GREEK GODDESS OF VICTORY: In a magnificent merging of culture, Mexico crowned Monumento a la Indepencia (The Monument to Independence) with a stunning 22 foot statue named El Angel, inspired by The Greek Goddess Nike Of Samothrace - well known in Greek mythology as the Goddess Of Victory.