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1986-2020 Complete Silver Eagle Set NGC MS69 35-Coins

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1986-2020 Complete Silver Eagle Set NGC MS69 (35-Coins)

In 2020 the US Mint announced that they plan to change the Silver Eagle coin design in 2021. Collectors, coin dealers, and silver investors are all excited to see what the new coin's design will be like. Many coin collectors are also trying to collect a whole set of silver eagle coins. There are a total of thirty-five coins so far in the series, and finding them all in good condition can be a challenge. 

Silver Eagle Set

This set contains all thirty-five silver eagle coins from 1986 to 2020. Coins have been certified and graded in MS69 grade by NGC. 

This set is both rare and affordable, as the same set in just one grade higher would cost more than $40,000! You’ll receive each coin packaged in a ngc slab, which will allow you to store your coins safely and keep them in good condition. You’ll also receive two free NGC storage boxes for easy storage. If you buy this set, you’ll be paying less than $57 per coin! Many coins are currently worth alot more than that , depending on the mintmarks, year of issue, and condition. 

American Silver Eagle history

The Silver Eagle Program was created in 1986 to improve America’s Bullion offering. Before this date, it was considered unlawful to own gold or silver bullion. 

Two people have designed the silver eagle coin; the obverse by Adolph Weinman in 1916 and the reverse by John Mercanti. The obverse was originally created for the walking liberty half dollar coin circulated between 1916 and 1947 and has an iconic image of Lady Liberty walking towards a new day. The reverse features an eagle and shield.    

Silver Eagle Coins mintage

Mintages of the silver eagle coin varied from year to year. In 1986, 5,393,005 were minted. Silver eagles are minted at the Philadelphia, San Francisco, and west point mints.

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