2021-(P) American Silver Eagle Struck at Philadelphia Mint - Emergency Production Type 1 NGC MS70 FR Exclusive Eagle Label
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|Country of Manufacture
|United States (US)
|Year of Issue
|Eagle - Exclusive
|First Releases (FR)
|Adolph A. Weinman
|John M. Mercanti
|Weight - Primary Unit Value
Why buy this 2021-(P) Type I American Silver Eagle Struck at the Philadelphia Mint - Emergency Production?
To keep up with the customer demand and mitigate production interruptions caused by the covid-19 pandemic, the U.S. Mint authorized a production of bullion Silver Eagles at the Philadelphia Mint. Typically these would be struck at the West Point branch. This coin is the perfect keepsake from the period, as it was part of that historic run which included 495,000 pieces. The 2021 edition is also part of the 35th anniversary issue of the Silver Eagle and is also one of the last bullion releases in the series to include John Mercanti's original heraldic eagle reverse design, which will be replaced during 2021.
- This coin is $1 U.S. legal tender.
- This coin was struck on a 1 oz planchet of .999 fine silver.
- The Silver Eagle is one of the world's most popular bullion coins.
- This coin comes from the 35th anniversary edition of the series.
- This piece was part of an authorized production of 495,000 Silver Eagles at the Philadelphia Mint.
- This is one of the final issues of the coin to bear John Mercanti's heraldic eagle reverse design (Type-1), which will be replaced mid-year.
- Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) graded this coin Mint State 70.
- NGC certified this piece First Releases.
- Grading information is provided on an exclusive Eagle label.
Featuring John Mercanti's Heraldic Eagle Design for the Final Time
Obverse: On the obverse is Adolph Weinman's famous Walking Liberty design. Draped in the American flag, Liberty carries branches as the morning sun emerges from beyond the horizon. Inscriptions on this face include the figure's name, "LIBERTY," the national motto, "IN GOD WE TRUST," and the date, "2021." Adolph Weinman is best known for designing the Mercury Dime and the Walking Liberty Half Dollar. In addition to these and other numismatic contributions, he was also a sculptor, and much of his work can still be seen in cities across the United States.
Reverse: Thirteen stars represent the original states above an eagle that protects a union shield on the reverse. The image was designed by John Mercanti, who used the Great Seal of the United States as his model. Rim inscriptions note the name of the issuing country, "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," the coin's weight, "1 OZ. FINE SILVER," and its face value, "ONE DOLLAR." John Mercanti is the most prolific designer of coins and medals in American history. He spent nearly four decades with the U.S. Mint, including time as the institution's twelfth Chief Engraver.
Perfect MS70 FR with Exclusive Eagle Label
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) provided this coin's grading information on an exclusive Eagle label. NGC graded the coin Mint State 70, which means that it appears perfect even under 5x magnification. NGC also certified this piece First Releases, thus indicating that it was submitted for grading no more than 30 days after its initial release from the mint. The certification label will also carry the Emergency Production pedigree and Struck at Philadelphia designation.
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