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2017-W 1 oz Silver American Eagle $1 Coin PCGS MS 69 First Strike (West Point)

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2017-W 1 oz Silver American Eagle $1 Coin PCGS MS 69 First Strike (West Point)

 

The American Silver Eagle is the official bullion of United States of America. 2017 marks the 31st Anniversary of this internationally praised Silver American Eagle series.The American Silver Eagle is one of the most popular designs in American coinage, this series presents both beauty and excellent bullion quality. The 1 troy ounce silver coin produced by U.S.Mint is one of the most collectible precious metals worldwide.

First released in 1986, this series has gained its popularity over the decades. The classic and recognizable design of Walking Liberty, high-quality manufacturing technologies and reliable mint brand makes the American Eagle coin a priceless addition to any precious metals portfolio.

The design on the obverse is the work of Adolph A. Weinman. The reverse displays a design created by John Mercanti, U.S.Mint engraver, featuring a heraldic bald eagle with a banner in its beak. Above its head, there are 13 stars arranged in a triangular pattern. This coin design originally appeared on the half dollar.

PCGS and NGC can now identify 2014-2017 Silver American Eagles with their Mint location. During those years, the production of Silver American Eagles traditionally took place at the West Point Mint facility, which is also home to a strategic bullion depository. However, facing a record demand for American Eagles, the U.S. Mint decided to use their San Francisco facility in 2011 and Philadelphia facility in 2015. Despite their location of origin, the mintmark on all American Silver Eagles was omitted.

The coins struck at Philadelphia facility were sealed in monster boxes that said “West Point Mint,” making it difficult to identify where those coins were actually produced. Previously unknown Philadelphia Silver American Eagles became one of the biggest surprises for the numismatic world and the lowest mintage in the 31-year history of the American Eagles. They were identified through their 5 digit serial numbers on the box that began with the #1.

The details about the mintage facility were not released to the public until 2017. For that reason, the Mint location could only be known with the information on their 500-coin packaging boxes, commonly called “monster boxes”. Thus PCGS and NGC were able to apply the appropriate mint mark to their labels.

The method used by NGC and PCGS is as follows:

  1. 2015 Philadelphia Mint boxes (79,640 pieces only) have a five digit serial number starting with the number 1. Important: Do not confuse this with boxes that have the "WP" prefix, which are struck at the West Point Mint.

  2. 2017 West Point Mint boxes have a six digit serial number starting with the numbers 1, 2 and 3, or a five digit serial number starting with the prefix WP.

  3. 2017 San Francisco Mint boxes have a six digit serial number starting with the number 4.

The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) subsumes these coins with a mintmark and the facility name, for example, a coin struck at the San Francisco Mint in 2017 will be described as a “2017 (S) EAGLES S1”. This title comes with NGC designations and other special labels. The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) provide the mint attribution by using “S” for San Francisco, “P” for Philadelphia, “W” for West Point, e.g. 2017-(W) and their original labels. Bullion Exchanges is delighted to offer our customers the entire collection of PCGS/NGC graded Silver American Eagles with the mint locations revealed.

Coin Features:

  • Coin made  of .999 fine silver, weight of 1 oz.
  • Face value - $1 USD.
  • Coin housed in a West Point Mint Label.
  • Purity and weight guaranteed by PCGS (MS 69).
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty moving toward the sunlight while holding a laurel oak in her hand, symbolizing America’s strength. Design by Adolph A. Weinman.
  • Reverse: A heraldic eagle is shown below 13 small stars, representing the original American colonies.
  • 100 % authentic item.
  • First Strike coin.

At Bullion Exchanges, you will find only high-quality silver bullion coin at very affordable prices. Like any of our precious metal pieces, this superb coin is 100% authentic. Order this astonishing 2017-W 1 oz Silver American Eagle $1 Coin PCGS MS 69 First Strike (West Point) today simply by clicking on ‘Add to cart’. Your spectacular coin will be delicately wrapped, packaged and shipped to your address. If you have any questions, just contact us by phone at 800.852.6884 or write us a message, we will be happy to assist you.

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