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Why Make This MS70 Early Releases 2018 Silver Eagle with a Black Core Slab and an Elizabeth Jones Label the Next Addition to Your Collection?
This American Silver Eagle was issued by the U.S. Mint for 2018. It's made of .999 fine silver and weighs 1 Troy oz. The composition of these coins is guaranteed by the U.S. Mint. They have been a mainstay of the coin and bullion market since their introduction in 1986.
Inspiring Liberty Obverse and Heraldic Bald Eagle Reverse
The date can be found near the bottom of the obverse. This design shows Liberty carrying a bundle of branches while she walks with her other arm extended. This work of art was originally created by Adolph A. Weinman.
On the reverse there are 13 stars arranged in triangular pattern; these symbolize the original colonies that formed our nation. The central portion of the design shows a heraldic bald eagle.
MS70 Early Releases with a Black Core Holder and an Elizabeth Jones-Signature Label
This coin has a label that was signed by Elizabeth Jones to show its grade from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, Jones served as Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint. This Silver Eagle was awarded the grade of Mint State 70 (MS70) and the Early Releases designation. Its appearance is now enhanced by a black core slab.
Add this NGC MS70 Early Releases 2018 Silver Eagle with a black core holder and an Elizabeth Jones signature label to your collection today.
This 2018 $1 1 oz Silver American Eagle NGC MS70 ER Black Core Holder 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:||2018|
|Release Type:||Early Releases|
|Holder:||Black Core Holder|
|Label/Signature:||Jones Signed Label|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 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|
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