The American Silver Eagle is one of the worlds most recognizable silver apr57 products. The design is the same on both sides from one year to the next, but numismatics value the coin for its high standards of purity and production as much as they do for its design. The United States Mint strikes these coins for the federal government each year. Now, you can purchase a 2015 American Silver Eagle from APR 57 with a PR70 grade from the Professional Coin Grading Service.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver.
- Minted at the West Point facility of the United States Mint.
- Graded a perfect PR70 by the PCGS.
- Part of the First Strike series and has a Deep Cameo finish.
- PCGS label signed by the US Mint’s 38th Director, Ed Moy.
American Silver Eagle coins have been in production since 1986. Unlike its counterpart, the American Gold Eagle, this silver coin is struck in just one weight each year; 1 oz The American Silver Eagle is produced using only silver that is sourced from within the US. Adolph A. Weinman and John Mercanti, the US Mints chief engraver, are responsible for the designs used on the obverse and reverse (respectfully) of the coins.
These 2015 American Silver Eagle coins have a PR70 grade from the PCGS, meaning that each coin is a perfectly struck proof. When you purchase one of these coins today, each comes with a FUN Show label and Edmond Moys signature. The Florida United Numismatics show celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2015. Edmond Moy was the 38th Director of the US Mint. Coins with this label are limited, so supplies will not last long.
On the obverse side of each coin is Weinmans Walking Liberty image, as first used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar from 1916 to 1947. On the reverse, Mercantis heraldic eagle is featured with 13 stars above its head, representing the original American Colonies.
The United States Mint strikes American Silver Eagle coins for the federal government each year based upon demand for the popular coin. Three of the US Mints four primary mint facilities produce Silver Eagles for the government. The Philadelphia Mint, San Francisco Mint, and West Point Mint all participate in production, while the Denver Mint does not.
If you have questions about this unique American Silver Eagle product, please contact a APR 57 representative. Our associates are available at 212-246-2000. Were also available online using our live web chat and via email.