2021-S NGC MS-69 Early Release Type 2 American Silver Eagle
The 2021 (S) NGC MS-69 Early Release Type 2 American Silver Eagle is currently available from SD Bullion, providing consumers with an excellent opportunity to add a valuable coin to their portfolio at the Lowest Price. Period.
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, or NGC, was founded with the goal of providing a credible source of information on the quality of a coin before customers had to pay. As a result, their grades guarantee that consumers will receive a coin in the exact condition that they require. The renowned Sheldon Scale is used by NGC to evaluate coins. This particular coin reviewed a grade of 69, meaning the coin is struck with nearly imperceptible imperfections.
This coin was also part of the Early Release mintage, which means it was produced inside the first 30 days of production. Another distinguishing feature of this coin is that it is a San Francisco Mint Type 2 American Eagle. The first iteration of the coin since its creation in 1986, the type 2 silver eagle, was launched in mid-2021. The San Francisco Mint is known for producing a limited number of Silver Eagles each year. All of these data may be found on the coin's label.
Each one-ounce silver eagle is struck with .999 fine silver and is shipped in a protective acrylic slab, as seen in the image above.
The obverse of the 2021 American Silver Eagle (Type 2) resembles the original American Eagle design. On this face, an enlarged image of Lady Liberty is seen walking into the setting sun. Adolph A. Weinman produced this famous design, which was first featured on the first half dollar in 1916. This face features the issue year as well as the words "IN GOD WE TRUST."
The reverse facing showcases the much-anticipated new design. This face depicts designer Emily Damtra's image of a bald eagle - America's national bird - in flight, enclosing an oak branch between its talons. The inscriptions "United States of America," "One Dollar," and "1 oz. Fine Silver" surround the magnificent bird. Around the bird, the famous phrases "E Pluribus Unum" are also displayed.