Breaking news have uncovered the remarkable fact that a tiny amount of American Silver Eagle 1 oz bullion coins were struck at the Philadelphia Mint the past few years. Only 79,640 of them were produced in Philadelphia in 2015, and now you can own one that has been certified and graded MS69 by Nummismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC)!
Like all Silver Eagles, these coins are struck from .999 fine silver for a total of 1 troy ounce of actual silver weight (ASW). In addition, they each bear a face value of 1 Dollar.
Lady Liberty is shown in mid-stride wearing a dress resembling the American flag on the obverse design. She carries oak boughs in one arm while the other welcomes the rising sun in front of her. The year-date "2015" is placed at the bottom rim, while "LIBERTY" is spread across the top half of the rim.
On the reverse, a heraldic eagle carries an olive branch and arrows in its talons, symbolizing America's desire for peace but preparedness for war. The bottom rim bears inscriptions for the weight and denomination, reading "1 OZ. FINE SILVER~ONE DOLLAR."
Add the rarest of all bullion strike Silver Eagles to your collection with this 2015(P) American Silver Eagle NGC MS69 from Gainesville Coins before they're out of stock!
|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|