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Why Choose This 2016-W 1 oz. Proof American Silver Eagle with Wyatt Earp Label?
Today, the American Silver Eagle is one of the most widely collected coins in the world. They were first struck by the US Mint in 1986 and they have been popular ever since. This 2016-W proof Silver Eagle from the West Point branch of the US Mint has the same stunning design as previous coins. The proof finish adds even more eye appeal to this collectible modern coin. Like other Silver Eagles, the 2016 proof issue is made of .999 fine silver and weighs 1 Troy oz.
Because this is a special 30th Anniversary issue, the United States Mint placed edge-lettering all the way around this coin, making it the first-ever edge-lettered Silver Eagle issue!
NGC was selected to grade this coin. After carefully examined this 2016-W proof American Silver Eagle, the experts at NGC gave it the grade of PF70. That means it is completely flawless. The Ultra Cameo designation was given to this Silver Eagle because of its exceptional visual contrast. It also has the Early Releases designation since it was submitted for grading so soon after being released. The grade and designations are displayed on the label, which also features Wyatt Earp.
Order this NGC PF70 UC Early Releases 2016-W proof American Silver Eagle with Wyatt Earp label for your collection while you can.
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Release Type:||Early Releases|
ModernCoinMart is proud to sell the 2016 Proof American Silver Eagles. 2016 is a major year for Proof American Silver Eagle series. Not only does 2016 mark the 30th anniversary, but the "30th ANNIVERSARY" is actually struck onto the coin with incused edge lettering! This unique feature and important date is not something collectors should miss out on.