2004-W American Silver Eagle graded by NGC with the Wyatt Earp label
Wyatt Earp is one of the most famous law men of the old west – a period in American history that conjures up images of old saloons with a poker table in the corner filled with drink, cards, and silver dollars – the hard currency of the time.
Today’s hard silver currency is the American Silver Eagle, and there’s no better way to tie the silver dollar of different ages together than to accompany it with a reminder of the law of the time, and coincidentally famous gambler, Wyatt Earp.
Best known for his brush with death at the O.K. Corral, Wyatt Earp was a Deputy Sheriff and a U.S. Marshal Deputy during a tough rugged time when those jobs were especially dangerous. Outlaws roamed the high plains and deserts doing as they wished – in many cases because law men were so few, they could be a full day’s response time to crime.
This near-perfect proof 69 graded American Silver Eagle pays reminder to those rugged times when hard currency was the silver dollar with Wyatt Earp on the label. Order yours now from Modern Coin Mart with free domestic shipping!
|Year of Issue:||2004|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|