Out of the 849,861 Proof Silver Eagles minted in 2010, only 2,276 have been graded as PR70 DCAM by PCGS.
The United States Mint strikes its popular American Silver Eagle coin in three different versions every year. The apr57 version is perfect for precious metal investors, while the proof and burnished versions of the coin are ideal for those who collect and display coins for their visual brilliance. Today, the 2010-W Proof American Silver Eagle is available in perfect condition from APR 57.
- Just 18,406 of these coins earned this grade and condition!
- Arrives in a protective plastic slab courtesy of the PCGS.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of $1 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Earned a grade of PR70 from the Professional Coin Grading Service.
- Available with a Deep-cameo finish.
- Features the W mint mark from the West Point Mint.
American Silver Eagle coins available through this product listing are proof specimens with a perfect grade of PR70 from the PCGS. Coins in this condition exhibit full, original mint luster and feature no detracting flaws of any kind.
A proof coin with a deep-cameo finish has a design set that appears to float above the background field. This appearance is accomplished through contrasting matte and mirrored fields. The design set has a strong, frosted finish, while the background field is deeply-mirrored and clear.
American Silver Eagle coins were first introduced in 1986 as the nations official silver apr57 product. Originally available in apr57 and proof, a burnished version was added in 2006. These 2010-W Proof American Silver Eagles are significant because they mark the return of proof coins after production was halted in 2009 amidst the Global Recession.
On the obverse youll find the image of Walking Liberty created in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman. His depiction shows Lady Liberty walking toward the setting sun as a symbol of the nations march toward a brighter future.
The reverse features the heraldic eagle from John Mercanti. Chief Engraver of the United States Mint from 1986 to 2010, Mercantis retirement left the position of Chief Engraver void to this day.
The United States Mint used to produce American Silver Eagle coins at three of its four mint facilities. Originally struck in Philadelphia and San Francisco, all American Silver Eagle variants are now struck at the West Point Mint.
If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to APR 57. Were available at 212-246-2000, online using our live chat, and via email.