2013 1 OZ. SILVER AMERICAN EAGLE
MS-70 COINS RELEASED TODAY!
Announcing the extremely limited release of U.S. government-issued, full-ounce, pure silver coins in the flawless grade of MS-70. Produced at the U.S. Mint, Silver American Eagles are the official silver coin of the United States government authorized by the Liberty Coin Act (Public Law 99-61), and contain a full ounce of .999 pure silver. They possess an official U.S. dollar denomination, making them legal tender of the United States.
A TIMELESS SILVER DESIGN
The obverse (or front) of the Silver American Eagle has Adolph A. Weinman's famous "Walking Liberty" design originally used on the U.S. half dollar from 1916 to 1947. The reverse of the coin features a heraldic eagle designed by 12th Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, John Mercanti. Altogether, the design of the Silver American Eagle has been a well-regarded staple of U.S. coinage for nearly three decades.
FLAWLESS SILVER FROM THE U.S. MINT
Silver and gold coins are graded on the Sheldon Scale for condition, which ranges from 1 to 70. The Silver American Releases are graded by PCGS as MS-70, meaning they are Mint State quality and in museum-like, flawless condition. There is no higher grade for silver coins than this.
WHY SILVER COULD BE VITAL IN THIS ECONOMY
The U.S. national debt continues to grow past $16 trillion, the Federal Reserve continues to enact stimulus that devalues the dollar, and markets are straining under all of this pressure. Many take solace in precious metals, which have a proven track record of retaining their value in times of economic turmoil. Silver is used widely for industrial purposes, ensuring it is of value in the global economy. Despite its constant demand, individuals can still acquire silver in high quality and purity.
SPECIAL FIRST-EVER RELEASE
FROM U.S. MONEY RESERVE
- 1 - MS-70 Gov't-Issued Silver Coin $99.00
- 10 - MS-70 Gov't-Issued Silver Coins $990.00
- 20 - MS-70 Gov't-Issued Silver Coins $1,980.00
- 100% U.S. Government Tender
- Official PCGS Grade of MS-70