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Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 - Thomas Uram Signed (Mystery Bag)

Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 - Thomas Uram Signed (Mystery Bag)

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Elevate your collection with our Burnished Silver Eagle mystery bags! The popular mystery bags are back and feature perfect MS70 grade Burnished Silver Eagles. Additionally, every coin is hand signed by ANA President Thomas J. Uram. Take advantage of this amazing deal on exceptional Burnished Silver Eagles from Bullion Shark before they sell out!

 

These mystery bags contain a selection of perfect grade 70 Burnished Silver Eagles signed by Thomas Uram. The dates included range from the 2006 first year of issue to 2024. We guarantee up to 5 different dates, all in perfect MS70 condition. Burnished Silver Eagles have a special metallic finish that is much different from mint state and proof coins. The rarity and collectibility of these Burnished coins is often overlooked.

 

These Mystery Bags are a great opportunity to get your hands on some rare and unique silver eagles all hand signed by ANA President Thomas J. Uram, one of the most influential figures in numismatic history. Burnished Silver Eagles are always far rarer than mint state coins and even proof coins, but don’t command the same premiums on the numismatic market as proof. This creates an opportunity to acquire rare and low mintage silver eagles for your collection, for a fraction of the price as some of the more expensive proof eagles. There’s only a limited amount of these mystery bags available so grab them for yourself while they’re still in stock.

 

Why Collect Burnished Silver Eagle Mystery Bags?

 

  1. Each coin is hand signed by ANA President Thomas J. Uram.
  2. All coins you may receive are NGC certified MS70 Burnished Silver Eagles.
  3. Burnished coins are much rarer than both Mint State coins and Proof coins.
  4. Burnished coins feature a special metallic finish, different from mint state and proof coins.
  5. Amazing price for perfect grade signed silver eagles.

 

Burnished Silver Eagle History

 

The Burnished Silver Eagle was first introduced in 2006. It was part of a series of special edition coins commemorating the 20th anniversary of the American Silver Eagle program. Unlike the standard bullion version of the Silver Eagle, which is struck with less attention to detail, the Burnished Silver Eagle undergoes a special minting process. After the blanks are polished, they are struck multiple times with specially treated dies, resulting in a metallic, matte-like finish. This gives the coin a distinct appearance compared to the standard bullion version. The Burnished Silver Eagle coins typically have lower mintages compared to the standard bullion version, making them more collectible and often more valuable to collectors.

 

The design of the Burnished Silver Eagle is the same as the standard version, featuring Adolph A. Weinman's iconic Walking Liberty design on the obverse and John Mercanti's heraldic eagle design on the reverse, up until the new eagle landing design by Emily Damstra in 2021. Since its introduction, the Burnished Silver Eagle has been released annually by the United States Mint as part of its collector coin program. Each year, a new edition is minted with a different date mark. These coins are popular among numismatists and collectors due to their unique finish, limited mintage, and the prestige associated with the American Silver Eagle series.

 

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Burnished Silver Eagle NGC MS70 - Thomas Uram Signed (Mystery Bag)

A Burnished Silver Eagle is a type of American Silver Eagle coin that is specially treated to give it a unique finish. These coins are struck on specially prepared planchets and undergo a polishing process that gives them a matte-like appearance, distinct from the regular bullion or proof Silver Eagles.

Burnished Silver Eagles are produced using a specialized minting process. The planchets, or blank coins, are first carefully prepared, then struck multiple times with specially polished dies to give them a matte finish. This process creates a unique appearance that distinguishes them from other types of Silver Eagles.

Compared to the standard bullion or proof Silver Eagles, Burnished Silver Eagles typically have lower mintages, making them rarer. However, their rarity can vary depending on the year of issue and demand from collectors.

The primary difference between Burnished Silver Eagles and regular Silver Eagles lies in their finish. Burnished Silver Eagles have a matte-like appearance due to a specialized minting process, while regular Silver Eagles have a more traditional bullion or proof finish.

Burnished Silver Eagles often carry a higher premium over the spot price of silver compared to regular bullion Silver Eagles due to their limited mintage and unique finish. However, on the collectible market low mintage Burnished Silver Eagles can be found for less than the Mint States and Proofs consistently.

Burnished Silver Eagles can be ordered online from Bullion Shark! These coins can also be purchased from other reputable dealers, coin shops, online bullion retailers, and directly from the United States Mint during their initial release. It's important to ensure authenticity and quality when purchasing these coins.

The cost of Burnished Silver Eagles can vary depending on factors such as the year of issue, condition, and current market demand. Generally, they carry a higher premium over the spot price of silver compared to regular bullion Silver Eagles.

Burnished Silver Eagles have been minted by the United States Mint since 2006. However, not every year has seen the production of Burnished Silver Eagles, and mintages can vary significantly from year to year.

No, Burnished Silver Eagles are typically minted in the standard one-ounce size, like regular bullion Silver Eagles. However, the United States Mint has occasionally produced special sets or editions featuring Burnished Silver Eagles alongside other coins of varying sizes.