To help meet the demand for Silver Eagles, the Philadelphia Mint began production to compensate for the limited capacity at the West Point Mint due to the Pandemic. This is rare, as the Philadelphia Mint typically does not produce Silver Eagles. Typically all Silver Eagles are minted at the West Point Mint. Each coin is graded by NGC as perfect grade MS70, Early Releases, and is labeled as one of the few coins struck at the Philadelphia Mint by putting a (P) on the certification label. Since the coins have no mintmark, NGC can only give coins that come from unique Monster Boxes from the Mint the implied (P).
The Silver Eagle design is changing later in 2021, so this coin will be considered one of the last of the "Heraldic Eagle" Silver Eagles! Additionally, with only 500,000 minted, this coin is one of the lowest mintage Silver Eagles ever produced! It is being compared to the 2015 (P) Silver Eagle which goes for thousands of dollars!
- Graded perfect MS70 by NGC
- Emergency Production due to the Pandemic
- Struck at the Philadelphia Mint
- Early Releases Pedigree