Why add the 2013 American Silver Eagle NGC MS70 Mercanti Signed Flag Label to your collection?
This 2013 American Silver Eagle was graded a perfect Mint State 70 (MS70) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and was encapsulated with the desirable John M. Mercanti Hand signature Flag Label. The American Silver Eagle series was first struck in 1986 by the artisans at the United States Mint. These legal tender U.S. silver dollars are struck on .999 fine silver planchets which weigh a hefty 1 troy oz. each.
Beautiful Lady Liberty design from yesteryear
The image used on the obverse of this coin is the iconic Walking Liberty design by Adolph Weinman. It shows Liberty striding across the landscape draped in the American flag. She carries laurel and oak, suggesting success and strength. The reverse design was executed by the 12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, John Mercanti. This image is a majestic Eagle, similar in many respects to the Great Seal of the United States.
Perfect grade MS 70 specimen with coveted Mercanti Signature Label
MS70 coins are flawless examples, truly Numismatic perfection, even when examined under magnification. This example also has the hand signature of John M. Mercanti, the 12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint and designer of the reverse on the label!
This NGC graded 2013 MS70 American Silver Eagle featuring the Hand signature label of John Mercanti would be a great addition to your collection or a thoughtful gift for a friend. Order this spectacular coin from ModernCoinMart today!
|Year of Issue:||2013|
|Label/Signature:||Mercanti Signed Flag Label|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1032 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Walking Liberty|
|Reverse Design:||Heraldic eagle with shield and thirteen five-pointed stars|
|Reverse Designer/Engraver:||Adolph A. Weinman|
|Obverse Designer/Engraver:||John M. Mercanti|
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