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Why Make This 2016 Australia 1 oz. Silver High Relief Wedge-Tailed Eagle the Next Addition to Your Collection?
While the Wedge-Tailed Eagle series of coins is struck by the Perth Mint in Australia. This popular Wedge-Tailed Eagle design was created by John Mercanti, who is known as the former U.S. Mint Chief Engraver and for designing a plethora of medals and coins from around the world. The 2016 design shows a perched wedge-tailed eagle. The Perth Mint’s mintmark can be seen below the eagle. This coin is made of .999 fine silver and weighs 1 Troy oz. In addition to the new design, it has high relief to add even more eye appeal. Mintage of the stunning 2016 high relief silver Wedge-Tailed Eagle is limited to 20,000 coins.
One of the world’s most respected third-party grading services, the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), was selected to grade this 2016 1 oz. silver high relief Wedge Tailed Eagle. The experts at NGC carefully examined this coin before assigning it a grade. This 2016 high relief Wedge Tailed Eagle received the highest grade possible, PF70. The grade of PF70 is reserved for proof coins that have no post-production imperfections at 5x magnification.
This NGC PF70 2016 Australia 1 oz. silver high relief Wedge Tailed Eagle could be a part of your collection, order today while you still can.
This 2016-P Australia 1 oz High Relief Silver Wedge-Tailed Eagle Proof $1 NGC PF70 UC (Mercanti Signed Label) is proudly minted by the Perth Mint. The Perth Mint was established in 1899. Today it produces popular series, including the Kookaburra, Koala, and Kangaroo series.
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Label/Signature:||Mercanti Signed Label|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1032 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
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