2015-W American Silver Eagle Proof - PCGS PR70 DCAM

2015-W American Silver Eagle Proof - PCGS PR70 DCAM

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Add the 2015-W American Silver Eagle Proof - PCGS PR70 DCAM to your collection. This coin has a perfect PR70 grading and features the patriotic Adolph A. Weinman Walking Liberty half dollar design. It is 1 troy oz .999 pure silver and measures 40.6mm. The American Silver Eagle coin is among the rarest and most sought after. It has a stunning mirror-like background and frosted details set on a rigged edge.

  • Walking Liberty design
  • 40.6 mm in diameter
  • Struck at West Point Mint
  • 1 troy oz. .999 silver
  • Perfect PR70 grading
  • PCGS protective case
  • United States heraldic eagle

Each 2015 Silver Eagle includes Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty design. It shows Lady Liberty stepping towards the sun with her right hand reaching, and she wears the American flag draped around her shoulders. On the opposing side, a depiction of the United States' heraldic eagle. The eagles' wings stretched as it holds an olive branch in its right claws and arrows in its left. The inscription reads, United States of America, 1 oz. Fine Silver - One Dollar, and E Pluribus Unum. The setting sparkles with mirror-like clarity, and the frosted designs stun next to its reeded edge. 

The American Silver Eagle is an annual coin that continues to amaze with its flawless appearance. This piece has a perfect rating and the "W" West Point Mint mark. Today, New York's West Point Mint is responsible for all American Silver Eagle coins, both proof and uncirculated bullion. 

Coins grades base on the Sheldon scale from "1," being the worst to "70," or perfect. Only a few coins struck each year are graded PR70, which makes them more desirable. As a result, they appreciate quicker than other pieces.

American Silver Eagle coins are an affordable collector's piece. With patriotic designs and gorgeous craftsmanship, they are a must-have part of American heritage.

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