Enter your contact information below to alert one of our representatives and someone will contact you within 1 business day.
Why order this Mint State 70 First Releases 2017 American Silver Eagle with a Jones signed label and Black core holder?
Own one of the first 2017 Silver American Eagles minted with this First Releases designation. This bullion issue is being struck at both the San Francisco and West Point Mints, and coins produced at those Mints are indistinguishable due to the lack of a Mint mark. All coins in this issue are struck from .999 fine silver.
Iconic Walking Liberty design by Adolph Weinman
On the obverse of this Silver Eagle is the Walking Liberty design that Adolph Weinman created for the half dollar in 1916. The popular image features an American flag-clad Liberty bearing branches of laurel and oak as she presents the rising sun, which is emerging from beyond the horizon.
The reverse image is the work of John Mercanti. Echoing the Great Seal of the United States, it features two parts. The first is an arrangement of stars at the top, one for each of the original states. The other is an eagle guarding a union shield.
Perfect Mint State 70 First Releases with Jones signed label
Elizabeth Jones was the first female Chief Sculptor and Engraver at the United States Mint, and she signed the label on which the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) printed its grade, Mint State 70. That grade is only given to coins that are perfect as seen under 5x magnification.
Buy this NGC graded Mint State Silver 2017 American Eagle today!
This 2017 American Silver Eagle NGC MS70 FR (Black Core Holder Elizabeth Jones Signed Label) is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
|Year of Issue:||2017|
|Release Type:||First Releases|
|Holder:||Black Core Holder|
|Label/Signature:||Elizabeth Jones Signed Label|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1032 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
If you’ve been collecting coins for any length of time, then chances are you’ve seen certified specimens with labels signed by someone associated with the US Mint. Who are these people? Why would anyone want their signature? What can their signature add to your collection? Today, we’ll take a look at 3 of the most significant US Mint associates who sign labels.
Women have made significant contributions to the numismatic community. Read this article to explore a few of these contributions that have changed the course of history.