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2022 Eagle S$1 Early Release MS 70

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2022 Eagle S$1 Early Release MS 70

Not only are American Silver Eagles stunning coins recognized around the world for their grace and beauty, they’re also the official silver coin of the United States. First released in 1986, the American Silver Eagle is one of the world’s leading silver bullion coins and is among the most popular annual releases with stackers and collectors around the world. The coin’s popularity soared to even greater heights in 2021 thanks to its first design change in the coin’s history. That new design is back for 2022, ready to spread its wings into collections around the world!

This stunning silver coin is an American icon, proudly displaying the nation’s most popular symbols. It starts with the famous image designed by American Sculptor Adolph Weinman for the Walking Liberty Half Dollar that was struck from 1916 to 1947. It features Lady Liberty striding proudly forward, her body draped in an American flag, as a new day dawns. The coin’s reverse is the work of Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) artist Emily Damstra and was sculpted by Mint Medallic Artist Michael Gaudioso. It displays a full image of a Bald Eagle coming in for a landing with an oak branch held in its talons as if to add to its nest.

 

2022 Eagle S$1

 

NGC MS 70

 

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***You will be receiving Early Release**

 

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