2015-W Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70

2015-W Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70

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This 2015-W Burnished Silver Eagle is graded a PERFECT Mint State 70 by NGC. The burnished finish is one of the rarest finishes of Silver Eagles, because of how labor intensive the minting process is! Comparatively only a small amount are minted each year, so these are huge collector's pieces. This 2015 Silver Eagle in particular only had 223,879 minted!
For a limited time, we are offering these at WHOLESALE PRICES! It would cost us more to replace these from the wholesale market now. We are passing on these insane savings to you so we can clear some space! We only have 10 available at this discount, so add it to your collection before you miss out.
  • Low mintage
  • PERFECT MS70 grade by NGC


2015 Burnished Silver Eagle

On offer here is an extraordinary example of U.S. minting artistry. Our 2015-W Burnished Silver Eagle is in flawless NGC MS70 condition. This coin is uncirculated and in perfect condition. Collectors will note its lustrous burnished finish and exceptionally wrought details.

Silver Eagle Coins Condition and Mintage

Our 2015-W Burnished Silver Eagle has been minted by West Point and is featured in perfect NGC MS70 condition. It features a satin finish and eye-catching artistry. It has a mintage of 223,879 and is in display-worthy condition.

American Silver Eagle History and Description

The 2015-W Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 coin is made from 99.9% pure silver and has a weight of 31.1g. This coin features a reeded edge and diameter of 40.6mm. Featuring the design that first appeared on the 1916 Walking Liberty Half Dollar coin, this Burnished Silver Eagle shows Lady Liberty standing before the horizon with an arm stretched toward the sun on its obverse side. In her other arm, she carries branches of oak and laurel, symbols of American glory. The words “In God We Trust” appear to Lady Liberty’s right. The word “Liberty” appears above her head and the year of issue is stamped beneath her. The design was created by German-American sculptor and engraver Adolphe A. Weinman. 

This coin’s reverse side features a commanding American eagle. The first American eagle was designed in 1796 by Robert Scot. John Mercanti updated the eagle design for Silver Eagle coins. This side of the coin also shows 13 stars that reflect the original 13 colonies.

Silver Eagle Prices

This 2015 Burnished Silver Eagle is legal tender in the United States. It is engraved with a face value of 1 oz fine silver one dollar. The value of the silver will necessarily rise and fall with the market values for silver bullion. However, these coins, with their low mintage, remain popular with collectors of rare coins.

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