This silver eagle contains 99.9% pure silver and is certified and graded by NGC as PF70 Ultra-Cameo. The frosted fields and mirror like finish give this coin it's special eye appeal.
Adding it it's collectability this coin is designated First Year of Issue and hand signed by Ron Harrigal who was the director of design and engraving at the US Mint. NGC's encapsulation guarantees the coins PF70 condition and retains the coins value. Ron Harrigal was instrumental in creating the US Mints first ever curved coins, privy marks on the v75 and the 2021 Morgan Dollars and saw the transition from the Type 1 to Type 2 gold and silver eagles. This is certain to be a great addition to any proof silver eagle collection.Add this beautiful coin to your cart today! Silver Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm). Weight: 1.000 troy oz. Weinman designed the obverse known as The Walking Liberty and John Mercanti designed the reverse knows as the Heraldic Eagle. Images are of actual coin you will receive. Bullion items and books are excluded. LCR Coin is Your #1 Source for Certified Gold, Silver a Rare Coins. We are Authorized PCGS and NGC dealers and are also members of PNG, ANA, ICTA, Coin World, and CCE. We are based in Hill Country in the heart of Texas.
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Dave Motl Signed Silver Eagles. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins". The seller is "lcrcoin" and is located in this country: US.This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, France, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Austria, New Zealand, Switzerland.