This product has a shipping delay of November 01, 2016. If you want your other non-delayed products in your order sooner, please place separate orders as this product will delay an entire order from shipping. As always, MCM offers free domestic shipping with no minimum.
Why Add This 2016-W Proof American Silver Eagle with First Releases Designation to Your Collection Today?
Originally introduced in 1986, the American Silver Eagle quickly become one of the world’s most widely collected coins. 2016 marks its 30th Anniversary - a momentous achievement for an ongoing silver bullion coin series. To commemorate this, 2016 Proof American Silver Eagles have been struck with incuse edge lettering. This is the only time an American Eagle has received this feature!
The weight and purity of each one are guaranteed by the US Mint, today they are still made of .999 fine silver and weigh 1 Troy oz. This 2016 proof Silver Eagle was struck at the West Point Mint and displays the “W” Mint mark. The front shows Liberty walking across the horizon. The back shows a design created by John Mercanti. It features a heraldic bald eagle holding a bundle of arrows and an olive branch along with 13 stars above the eagle’s head.
This 2016-W Proof Silver Eagle has been graded by one of the world’s most trusted third-party grading firms, NGC. Using the industry standard 70 point grading scale, the experts at NGC gave this proof Silver Eagle the grade of Proof 70, the highest grade possible. It also received the Ultra Cameo and First Releases designations.
Don’t miss out, this NGC PF70 UC First Releases 2016-W proof American Silver Eagle could be yours.
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Release Type:||First 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.