Enter your contact information below to alert one of our representatives and someone will contact you within 1 business day.
Why Purchase This SP69 First Strike 2019-P American Liberty 2.5 oz. High Relief Silver Medal with a Flag Label?
The U.S. Mint has an impressive lineup of annual products for collectors. The American Liberty series was introduced just a few years ago and was an instant hit. This American Liberty silver medal weighs 2.5 oz. It was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and has high relief. Mintage of this silver medal will not exceed 50,000 pieces.
New Patriotic Designs on Obverse and Reverse
The obverse displays an impressive new portrait of Liberty. Her hair is flowing behind her as rays of light shine from her crown. There are 13 stars to the left. This side is inscribed with "LIBERTY," "2019," and "P."
The bald eagle design is on the reverse. This eagle is stunningly detailed as it looks towards the ground and prepares its talons.
PCGS SP69 First Strike with a Flag Label
This medal was certified by the team of experts at the Professional Coin Grading Service and it has a flag label to show its grade. It received the grade of Specimen 69 and the First Strike designation. These mean this medal is in nearly perfect condition and it was submitted during its first 30 days of issue.
This PCGS SP69 First Strike 2019-P American Liberty 2.5 oz. high relief silver medal with a flag label could be yours, order while it's available.
This 2019-P American Liberty High Relief Medal 2.50 oz Silver Medal PCGS SP69 FS Flag 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:||2019|
|Release Type:||First Strike|
|Display Weight:||2.50 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||77.7581 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||2.50 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Lady Liberty w/ sun ray headdress|
|Reverse Design:||Eagle in flight|
For the first time, hundreds of coin dealers and collectors plan to drop more than a million classic American coins like Buffalo nickels, Eisenhower dollars and more into circulation to spark greater interest in numismatics. The change in your pocket could be worth more than you know!
Over the past several decades, there have been many advancements in the techniques and technologies used to create coins, especially those produced specifically for collectors. As a result, today’s coin collectors have a greater and more diverse range of coins to collect than ever before. Read the article to find out more about the evolution of coin minting.
As the first-ever U.S. Mint coin to feature an African American woman is released, MCM explores the history and future of Lady Liberty on coinage.