Buy Mint State 70 Silver American Eagle Coins
It’s important to highlight the Professional Coin Grading Service's (PGCS) role in identifying the condition of the remarkable 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coin. Each silver coin is designated with the prestigious First Strike label from PCGS and is available in a perfect Mint State 70 condition.
PCGS is an industry-leading, third-party grading service whose certifications set the standard for perfection in the precious metals industry. A coin’s condition is graded on a scale of 1 through 70, with Mint State being awarded to only the highest quality coins. Classifying a coin as MS-70 means declaring it a museum-quality piece, the perfect product of a precise minting process. That means no scratches, no smudges, no imperfections. MS-70 Silver Eagle Coins are fully struck and lustrous, free of visible marks under 5x magnification.
This is your opportunity to buy Silver American Eagle Coins graded MS-70 and certified with a First Strike label. A First Strike coin from PCGS designates coins issued in the first 30 days of the mint’s release for that year. The First Strike distinction means it is from among the coin’s earliest production runs.
Why Buy 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagles?
The 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coin is legal tender and fully authorized by the U.S. Congress. The U.S. government also guarantees these silver coins for their silver content, weight, and purity.
But the distinctions don't stop there. 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coins are made of 1 ounce of 99.9% pure silver. Each silver coin represents tangible wealth and symbolizes every American's opportunity to seek financial prosperity and security.
Clearly, the 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coin is special. And that specialness deserves protection. Each coin is sealed in a tamper-proof slab to preserve its stunning condition. The case is clear and accompanied by a unique serial number for authentication.
History of the 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coin
Silver American Eagle Coins were first minted in late 1986, having been authorized by an amendment in the Liberty Coin Act. At that time, production of silver coins was intended to deplete what many saw as the country’s overly large silver stockpile. Production continues today, however, and numismatists and others cannot get enough of this amazing Mint State Silver Coin.
The Mint State Silver American Eagle Coin Design
The Obverse Silver Eagle Design: Walking Liberty
Thanks to renowned artist Adolph A. Weinman and an expert minting process, the portrait of Lady Liberty that appears on the 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coin’s obverse springs to life. The design is known as “Walking Liberty.” Displayed initially on the U.S. Half-Dollar of 1916-1947, it’s an iconic American work of art too important to leave off our nation’s modern-day coinage.
The Reverse Silver Eagle Design: Heraldic Eagle
The same minting process that presents “Walking Liberty” so well brings similar magic to Chief Engraver John Mercanti’s “Heraldic Eagle” image on the Silver American Eagle's reverse side. Raised prominently and defined so well within the coin’s silver, the eagle’s wings seemingly move as the bird of prey carries an olive branch and arrows over its family nest. This majestic eagle is one of the chief reasons there’s no coin quite like this Mint State Silver Coin.
How Much Do 1 oz. MS-70 Silver American Eagle Coins Cost?
Silver prices are influenced by silver supply, industrial demand, and jewelry demand, along with global economic conditions. Shifts in these markets can lead to changes in the pricing of silver coins.
Fortunately, these PCGS Certified MS-70 Silver Eagles aren't your average silver coins. They're certified silver coins. Certified silver coin prices are based on the spot price of silver in addition to the scarcity of the coin, its condition, supply, and demand.
Want to learn more about certified silver coin prices? A U.S. Money Reserve Account Executive is available today to help.
Where Can I Buy Mint State Silver American Eagles?
Buy 1 oz. Mint State Silver American Eagle Coins online or over the phone from U.S. Money Reserve. Contact us today about your interest in Mint State Silver American Eagle Coins graded a museum-quality 70!