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Random US Silver Eagle NGC/PCGS MS-70 Coin
Random US Silver Eagle NGC/PCGS MS-70 Coin
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NGC/PCGS MS-70 American Silver Eagle Coin - Random Year
American Silver Eagles are among the best-sold silver coins in the bullion market. Since its release in 1986, the US Mint has produced them annually for investment purposes and coin collectors worldwide.
Because of that, authentication services like the NGC and the PCGS are constantly demanded to verify Silver Eagles from several mintages and guarantee coin enthusiasts a worthy acquisition of circulated coins.
SD Bullion has several MS-70 Silver Eagles of varied years available at attractive prices.
Through the Random Purchase, we guarantee the best prices and an authentic MS-70 Silver Eagle, but the mintage year can be a surprise, as it depends on our inventory availability.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver;
- Holds a one-dollar face value, backed by the US Federal Government;
- Graded as a perfect MS-70 coin by the NGC or the PCGS;
- The Walking Liberty design stamps the obverse;
- The reverse design may be the original or the new one;
- IRAs eligible.
The obverse features the Walking Liberty design, created by Adolph A. Weinman to stamp the Half-Dollar coin in 1917. In the image, Lady Liberty has the American flag draped on her shoulder, branches of oak and laurel in one arm, and as she walks towards the sun rays, she stretches her free arm in a welcome sign.
“LIBERTY” arches over the image, while “IN GOD WE TRUST” is engraved on the lower right.
The original reverse design is John Mercanti's creation, showcasing the Heraldic Eagle behind the national shield. The Eagle carries arrows and oak branches on its talons and the banner “E PLURIBUS UNUM” on its beak. Thirteen stars above the Eagle represent the Thirteen Colonies.
The inscriptions encircling the image are “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” followed by the coin’s weight, metal content, purity, and face value.”
The new reverse design celebrates the 35th anniversary of the Program. Emily Damstra recreated the Eagle in a more natural portrait but preserved the same original inscriptions.
An NGC or PCGS MS-70 Coin
The NGC - Numismatic Guaranty Company and the PCGS - Professional Coin Grading Service are internationally recognized services that use the Sheldon Grading Scale to classify coins and collectibles based on the item’s condition at the moment of appreciation.
For both services, an MS-Mint State coin is a business strike coin with the same format as a popular circulated coin. As 70 is the highest grade on the scale, it is attributed to a perfect coin with no visual flaw or sign of use.
Random Year Purchase
The Random Year Purchase is a shopping modality that offers certain silver coins at low premiums over the silver spot price.
We guarantee authentic American Silver Eagle coins weighing 1 oz of 99.9% pure silver, graded as an MS-70 condition coin by the NGC or the PCGS. However, the year of mintage may vary according to our stock availability at the shipping moment. Clients can be surprised by an original or a new reverse-design coin.
Buy Random NGC/PCGS MS-70 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coins at SD Bullion
Enjoy the opportunity of getting excellent condition Silver Eagles at low prices.
Purchase Random MS-70 Graded Silver Eagles of varied mintages and widen your precious metals collection.
Talk to our team at 1(800)294-8732 or through our web chat to solve your doubts and make your order.
|Mint Capsule Included||No|
|Metal Content||1 Troy Oz|
|Mint/ Manufacturer||US Mint|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|International Shipping Eligible||Yes|
Sell Your Silver Bullion
To quickly and easily sell your silver bullion, give us a call at (800) 294-8732. Phone lines are open 8AM-8PM EST Monday thru Thursday and 8AM-6PM EST Fridays.
To learn about our bullion buyback process and view current price estimates, please click here: Sell to Us. Please note that published price estimates are based on selling 500 ounces or more of silver.