|Actual Metal Weight:||1 ozt|
|Face Value:||1 Dollar|
|Mint:||United States Mint|
|Obverse Designer:||A.A. Weinman|
|Reverse Designer:||John Mercanti|
|Grade:||MS69 by NGC|
Gainesville Coins is proud to offer NGC MS69 1 oz American Silver Eagles. Each of these random date Silver Eagles are 99.9% pure silver, and have been individually graded by the expert staff at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), one of the most trusted third-party grading services in the world. These coins are legal tender with a face value of $1 Dollar, while their actual silver weight (ASW) is one troy ounce. They were graded to be MS69, which means the coins are in uncirculated condition and almost flawless. These American Silver Eagles come encapsulated in NGC's hard plastic, tamper-evident slabs with an identifying label.
The obverse uses A. A. Weinman's Walking Liberty design. Lady Liberty is draped in the American flag and shown striding towards the rising sun. The legend "LIBERTY" curves around the top rim with the year-date inscribed beneath Liberty's left foot. The reverse is graced by the heraldic eagle of the Great Seal. It is protected behind the patriotic shield and grasps an olive branch in its right talon and arrows in its left. The national motto, "E PLURIBUS UNUM," is displayed on a ribbon held in the eagle's beak. Thirteen stars, symbolizing the original thirteen colonies, are arranged in an inverted triangle above the eagle's head. The weight, purity, and face value appear along the bottom rim.
Adolph Weinman's seminal Walking Liberty motif that appeared on the half dollar was rather intricate, and was very prone to wear. The American Silver Eagle resurrects this majestic design in its full detail, especially in MS69! Make one part of your collection from Gainesville Coins today.
*Stock photo is for reference only. Buyer will receive one coin.