Why add the 1794-2019 Copper - Smithsonian America's First Silver Dollar Proof Medal NGC GEM Proof Exclusive Smithsonian Label to your collection?
This 1794-2019 Copper - Smithsonian America's First Silver Dollar Proof Medal is available in GEM Proof condition as determined by third party grading firm Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. It was encapsulated with the collectible MCM Exclusive Smithsonian Label. The incomparable Commonwealth Mint from England struck this copper medal. This coin marks the 225th Anniversary of the first U.S. silver dollar, struck in 1794. This fantastic piece was authorized by the Smithsonian.
Robert Scot's Remarkable Silver Dollar Design
This medal shares the design first struck on the Nation's premier silver dollar coin. It was designed by First Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, Robert Scot. The obverse of the medal features and image of Lady Liberty with her hair flowing in the wind. The reverse of the medal features the Nation's first depiction of the American Bald Eagle. He is depicted with wings spread as the central design element within an ornate wreath.
GEM Proof Brilliance
GEM Proofs are highly sought after Numismatic items. These medals and coins offer stunning original surfaces, spectacular mint luster, a flawless appearance and remarkable eye appeal. These items have attractive, frosty opaque fields while their raised designs appear highly reflective.
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This 1794-2019 Copper - Smithsonian America's First Silver Dollar Proof Medal NGC GEM Proof Exclusive Smithsonian Label is proudly minted by the Commonwealth Mint. The Commonwealth Mint, located in Great Britain, is best known for creating commemorative coins and stamps.
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