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2017 PCGS MS-70 First Strike American Silver Eagle

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PCGS Graded MS-70 First Strike 2017 Silver American Eagle Coins

SD Bullion offers these 2017 PCGS MS-70 First Strike Silver Eagle coins at the lowest price in the industry, guaranteed. One of the few graded and certified coins from the 31st release of the American Silver Eagles, these 2017 Silver American Eagles have been carefully inspected and graded by PCGS.

PCGS or the Professional Coin Grading Service is a renowned agency that has been grading, authenticating and attributing various coins since it was founded in 1985. In fact, PCGS has graded a large number of coins over the years, with an astounding value of over $29 billion.

Each of these coins has been assigned a grade of MS-70, i.e. MintState 70 by PCGS, certifying them to be perfect specimens. Moreover, they contain 1 troy ounce of pure 99.9% Silver (Ag) and also enjoy the backing of the United States Government.

Minted by the United States Mint, they offer the unmatched quality that the precious metals market has come to expect from its products.

Additionally, they are certified to be 'First Strike,' i.e. these coins are minted within 30 days of the 2017 American Silver Eagle Coin release date. Hence, they are one of the first silver coins to be struck for the year of 2017.

Packed and sealed in an official PCGS plastic slab, a label on the top showcases the grade, year of issue, face value and the name of the coin. Moreover, the tamper-proof packet ensures that the grade assigned to the coin belongs to the coin that is enclosed in the plastic slab.

The obverse of this coin features the popular design from the Liberty Half-Dollar, first seen in the year 1916. Portrayed by Adolph A. Weinman, it shows Lady Liberty - gracefully walking toward the rising sun, in a flowing gown. She is seen holding an olive branch, signifying the United States’ belief in peace.

On the other hand, the reverse showcases the famous Bald Eagle design by the Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, John Mercanti. It displays a proud Bald Eagle, intently watching from behind a striped shield. Additionally, it clutches a banner in its beak - displaying the famous motto of the United States, E Pluribus Unum.

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