Customers Note: This is a presale item and is not expected to ship until around December 31st, 1969. EVERY order containing this item will be held from shipping until that date. Please note that this date is a rough estimate and solely depends on the mint meeting their production schedule.
Silver American Eagle coins see more demand from investors and collectors each year than any other coin. First introduced in 1986, the coin has grown to become the most popular coin in terms of sales and mintage on an annual basis. Today, you can purchase this 2007 American Silver Eagle Coin NGC MS69 from Silver.com.
- Near-perfect Mint State 69 grade issued by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- Each coin ships in its own plastic slab provided by the NGC.
- Iconic Walking Liberty design on the obverse.
- John Mercanti’s heraldic eagle on the reverse.
- 1 ounce of .999 pure silver.
- $1 (USD) face value backed by the federal government.
- Total NGC grade census of 116,076 coins.
When the United States Congress passed the Liberty Coin Act of 1985, it authorized the US Mint to use silver stores from the Defense National Stockpile to produce an official bullion coin for the government. The bill stated that all coins must be struck using only silver sourced from within the US. Congress extended the Silver Eagle program in 2002.
An NGC grade of MS69 indicates a coin that is considered near-perfect. These 2007 Silver American Eagles have their full, original luster, and no more than two blemishes. The flaws are considered minor and are located outside the primary visual area of the coin’s surface.
On the obverse side, Adolph A. Weinman’s Walking Liberty is featured. In the depiction, Lady Liberty is featured walking toward the setting sun. Weinman’s design first appeared on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar in 1916. The year of minting is engraved on this side of the coin.
The reverse side of the coin bears the bald eagle. Set behind a heraldic shield, clutching arrows and an olive branch in its talons, the eagle is the official emblem of the United States. The 13 stars above its head represent the original American Colonies. The face value, weight, metal content, and purity of the coin are inscribed on this side of the coin.
The United States Mint uses its state-of-the-art facilities in San Francisco, Philadelphia, and West Point to produce Silver Eagles. If you have any questions about this product listing, a Silver.com associate will be happy to answer your inquiries. You can reach us at 888-989-7223, online using our live web chat, or via email.