2021 - (W) NGC MS 70 S$1 - T1 - Heraldic Eagle - Early Releases - West Point Mint (LESS THAN 50 IN STOCK)
2021 - (W) NGC MS 70 S$1 - T1 - Heraldic Eagle - Early Releases - West Point Mint (LESS THAN 50 IN STOCK)
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2021 - (W) NGC MS 70 S$1 - T1 - Heraldic Eagle - Early Releases - West Point Mint (LESS THAN 50 IN STOCK)

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The 2021 American Silver Eagle celebrates the 35th anniversary of the series with two different reverse designs. The Heraldic Eagle T-1 is the first round of the series featuring the long-running reverse design and later in the year a new reverse design will be revealed. The American Silver Eagle bullion series, remains the best-selling silver bullion series in the world.

These 2021 1 oz American Silver Eagle Struck at West Point (eagle label) are offered to you in MS70 condition and certified Early Releases by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. They feature sharp details, crisp devices and satin-smooth fields, the U.S. silver eagle appeals to both investors and collectors alike. Containing one ounce of pure .999 silver per coin, the weight, purity and content are guaranteed by the U.S. Government in, making it a safe investment in precious metals.

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  • 8,619 graded by NGC
  • NO HIGHER GRADES
  • LESS THEN 50 IN STOCK


The obverse depicts the historic “Walking Liberty” design, a rendition of world-renowned sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, originally used on the United States Half-Dollar coin from 1916 – 1947. Liberty us shown with a long gown and the American flag draped across her body. A bouquet of olive branches is hold in her right hand while the other hand is held outstretched before her. The sun rises from the lower left. An iconic symbolism of the Roman Empire representing supreme authority.

The reverse features the design of the heraldic eagle of the United States, originally designed by Robert Scot in 1792 as the first US Mint Chief Engraver. An American bald Eagle is depicted with the national heraldic shield, arrows and an olive branch on its talons.

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