- MS70 Uncirculated by NGC
- Burnished finish
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American Silver Eagle Condition and Mintage
This 2007-W Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 coin was minted at West Point and is featured here in flawless condition. The NGC has graded it to be in perfect MS70 condition. Collectors will note its rich burnished accents and satin-like finish. This coin is associated with a mintage of 621,333.
Silver Eagle Coins History and Description
The 2007-W Burnished Silver Eagle is a distinctive series offering and just the second year that the U.S. Mint released these coins. This Burnished Silver Eagle features a reeded edge and diameter of 40.6mm. It features a weight of 31.1g and is made from 99.9% pure silver.
The coin’s design will be recognizable to collectors as it features the illustrious Walking Liberty half dollar design that first appeared on a U.S. coin in 1916. German-American engraver Adolphe A. Weinman created the Walking Liberty design for the coin series of the same name. The U.S. Mint reissued the Weinman design for this American Silver Eagle series, including Burnished Silver Eagles.
The obverse side of the coin shows Lady Liberty walking toward the sunlit horizon. One of her arms is stretched toward the sun while the other carries branches of oak and laurel. The motto “In God We Trust” appears to her right. The word “Liberty” appears above her head and the coin’s year of issue, 2007, appears below her.
The reverse side of the 2007 Burnished Silver Eagle features a bold American eagle that has been updated by John Mercanti. The earliest American eagle was designed by Robert Scot in 1796.
This 2007-W Burnished American Silver Eagle is considered to be legal tender in the U.S. It has a face value engraved as one dollar if one troy ounce of silver.