2021 NGC MS-70 Early Release American Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set (W), (S), and (P)
Whether in gold or silver, the American Eagle is the top-selling product in the precious metals space. American Eagles are commonly purchased in either the original BU condition, proof condition, or as a graded proof coin. The 2021 NGC MS-70 Early Release American Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set (W), (S), and (P) includes three American Eagles struck at all three United States Branches: West Point, San Francisco, and Philadelphia Mint. This new set offers customers a great numismatic addition to their silver bullion collection!
In 2021, the precious metals industry saw an increasing demand due to historical events such as COVID-19, a new presidential term, and the so-called “silver squeeze.” West Point mint is known for the millions of Silver Eagles struck each year. However, due to the increased demands, the San Francisco Mint and Philadelphia Mint had to abandon other productions to help contribute to the need for Silver Eagles. In 2021, Philadelphia Mint struck 495,500, and the San Francisco mint struck 1 million coins. When compared to the multitude struck by West Point, these small mintage numbers make these eagles unique to collectors!
When purchasing the 2021 NGC MS-70 Early Release American Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set (W), (S), and (P), you will get the following coins:
- 2021 (W) NGC MS-70 Early Release American Silver Eagle
- 2021 (S) NGC MS-70 Emergency Production Early Release American Silver Eagle
- 2021 (P) NGC MS-70 Emergency Production Early Release American Silver Eagle
These coins are graded by NGC, one of the most reputable and trustworthy grading organizations globally. The grade of these coins is MS-70, which means it is a coin struck with no post-production imperfections at 5x magnification. The coin was also graded during the first 30 days of mintage, making it an Early Release edition.
The one troy ounce American Eagle coin is struck with .999 pure silver and is enclosed in a plastic graded case and slab, making it easy to store and protected from damage over the years. The coins are labeled with the appropriate NGC label, denoting the specific mint the coin was struck in.