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2019-W Burnished American Silver Eagle NGC MS70 Early Release Black Core Holder

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Why Buy This MS70 Early Releases 2019-W Burnished Silver Eagle with a Black Core Slab?

When the American Silver Eagle made its debut in 1986, the U.S. Mint offered it in 2 finishes. It continued to be offered in the same 2 finishes until 2006 when more were added, including the burnished finish. This 2019-W Silver Eagle has a burnished finish, it was struck at the West Point Mint.

Stunningly Detailed Designs by Weinman and Mercanti

Liberty can be seen walking forward with one arm extended on the obverse. She's carrying a bundle of branches as the stars and stripes flow around her. This classic design is the work of Adolph A. Weinman.

The reverse displays a heraldic bald eagle design. The eagle features a high level of detail, it can be seen holding a banner, arrows, and an olive branch.

MS70 Early Releases with a Black Core Holder

This burnished Silver Eagle is completely free of flaws, so it received the grade of Mint State 70 when it was submitted to the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. The Early Releases designation indicates it was sent during its first 30 days of availability. Its presentation is complimented by a classy black core.

Make this NGC MS70 Early Releases 2019-W burnished Silver Eagle with a black core holder a part of your collection while it's available.

Year of Issue:2019
Mint:U.S. Mint
Mint Mark:W
Branch:West Point
Grading Service:NGC
Release Type:Early Releases
Holder:Black Core Holder
Display Weight:1 oz
Weight in Grams:31.1035 g
Weight in Ounces:1 oz
Diameter:40.60 mm
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States
Obverse Design:Walking Liberty
Reverse Design:Heraldic eagle with shield and thirteen five-pointed stars
Reverse Designer/Engraver:John M. Mercanti
Obverse Designer/Engraver:Adolph A. Weinman
Inside the West Point Mint