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2021 American Silver Eagle Type 1 NGC MS70 35th Anniversary Label

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Country of ManufactureUnited States (US)
Currency TypeDollar
Denominating CountryUnited States
Denomination Value1.000000
MintU.S. Mint
Year of Issue2021
CompositionSilver
Diameter (mm)40.600000
Edge TypeReeded
FinishMint state
ReliefStandard
ShapeRound
CoreWhite
GradeMS70
Grading ServiceNGC
Label35th Anniversary
Obverse DesignWalking Liberty
Obverse Designer/EngraverAdolph A. Weinman
Reverse DesignHeraldic Eagle
Reverse Designer/EngraverJohn M. Mercanti
Weight - Primary Unit Value1 oz
You will treasure this 2021 American Silver Eagle Type 1 certified by NGC to be in Mint State 70 condition and encapsulated with a 35th Anniversary Label.

Why purchase this pristine 2021 American Silver Eagle Type-1 bullion coin?

The U.S. Mint launched the American Silver Eagle series in 1986. In tribute to the 35th anniversary of the series in 2021, the Mint instituted the first ever design change to the reverse of the classically styled coin. Prior to the transition to the new Type-2 variety in July 2021, the original Silver Eagle Type-1 style coin was minted for a few months, representing the final production of the heraldic eagle reverse design by former 12th Chief Engraver John Mercanti.

  • This 40.60 mm diameter 2021 American Silver Eagle coin contains 1 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver.
  • The coin represents the final release of the Silver Eagle with the original Type-1 heraldic eagle reverse.
  • A commemorative 35th Anniversary certification label is included with the perfectly graded coin.

Stunning American Silver Eagle Design

Obverse: Lady Liberty is depicted on the obverse, with an American flag artfully flowing around her walking form. She carries branches of oak and laurel, which are traditionally emblematic of strength, honor and victory. This rendition of "Walking Liberty" created by acclaimed sculptor Adolph A. Weinman first appeared on the circulating U.S. half dollar in 1916. Inscribed "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST" and "2021."

Reverse: The reverse features a gorgeously rendered eagle in a bold heraldic pose, grasping an olive branch in its right talon and a bundle of arrows in its left. Inscribed "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "1 OZ. FINE SILVER," "ONE DOLLAR" and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."

Impeccable Mint State 70

The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) was chosen to professionally assess the condition of this 2021 American Silver Eagle Type-1 bullion coin. Featuring a perfectly sharp strike, flawlessly finished surfaces and magnificent eye appeal, the 1 oz. silver dollar coin was awarded the prestigious grade of Mint State 70. The coin is sonically sealed in a NGC protective holder accompanied by a celebratory certification label dedicated to the Silver Eagle series' 35th Anniversary.

Make room in your treasured collection for this perfectly graded final 2021 Type-1 bullion release of the U.S. Mint's American Silver Eagle series!

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