Out of the 99,882 Reverse Proof Silver Eagles minted in Philadelphia in 2011, only 44 have been certified by the PCGS to be a perfect PR70 RP grade.
These limited-edition 2011 proof Silver Eagle coins have been assigned a PR70 RP grade by the PCGS and have been produced by the US Mint. With only 99,882 2011-P Silver Eagle Reverse Proofs ever struck, these gorgeous coins are a certain credit to the portfolios of investors and collectors of beautiful and historic coins.
The American Silver Eagle returned the cherished Walking Liberty design to publication. Both sides of the original Walking Liberty Half-Dollar were designed by sculptor Adolph A. Weinman, who used Elsie Stevens as his model. Weinman’s depiction of Lady Liberty was influenced by French coins designed by Oscar Roty, who depicted Lady Liberty as the sower of seeds of liberty with the sun rising at her feet. She is encircled by the word LIBERTY. The mint date is below.
The reverse side of the piece was designed by John Mercanti for the 1986 release of the Silver Eagle Dollar. The heraldic eagle depicted in Mercanti’s design echoes the design of the Great Seal of the United States with 13 five-pointed stars above the eagle. The image is encircled with the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1 OZ . FINE SILVER.
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|Mint Mark||P - Philadelphia|
|Condition||Brilliant Uncirculated Reverse Proof|
|Issuing Country||United States|
|Obverse Designer||Adolph Weinman|
|Reverse Designer||John Mercanti|
|Packaging Type||PCGS Plastic Slab|
|Weight||1 Troy Ounce|
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